Featuring Oregon's Rogue CreameryBeer and wine lovers rejoice! We bring you a collection of cheese and salami that pair perfectly with wines and beers. In fact, most are all made with beer or wine to enhance their flavors. Please enjoy:Fra'Mani pork is crate-free and humanely raised with access to fresh air. No antibiotics or hormones, ever. With so few ingredients, the pork you start with matters a lot. They craft their salamis according to age-old methods honoring the great traditions of Italian Masters.Fra'Mani Uncured Pepperoni is slowly dry aged for 28 days and spiced with pepperoncino and garlic. Fra'Mani Toscano Italian Dry Salame is aged with red wine, black pepper, garlic, and sea salt. Fiscalini Purple Moon Cheddar: Fiscalini is a California family-owned farmstead. The handcrafted Farmhouse Cheddar is soaked in red wine made on their own sustainable farm. This cheese is smooth, complex, and fruity. Rogue Creamery Organic Hopyard Cheese: By adding organic, northwest-grown hop blossoms to their Cheddar as they stir the curds, they created a floral, herbal cheese with subtle, pleasant bitterness and a buttery finish. It is pale yellow with flecks of green hop blossoms. Great on a cheese board or grilled cheese and also pairs well with Pinot Gris or Riesling. Firehook Crackers are hand crafted in Virginia with the fewest fine ingredients to give you the best flavor. Wheat, salt, olive oil, and spices - that's it. These super light and crunchy crackers with bold rosemary and a sprinkling of sea salt are the perfect vessel for this collection.Edmond Fallot Cornichons (Gherkins) are the perfect snack and accompaniment to your cheese or charcuterie board. Salty and crunchy, they are laced with mustard seeds and pearl onions. They are produced in France.This makes the perfect picnic, appetizer spread, and gift for any foodie in your life. As we start to social gather again, this will break any of the ice and awkward feelings of small talk. Get the conversation started.Boards, beer and wine not included. Self-assembly required.