Accoutrements for the perfect Napa Valley inspired cheese platter: Castelvetrano Olives, Sonoma County Wildflower Honey, California Apricots and Olive Oil Grissini—all very versatile, pairing well with most cheeses.
Castelvetrano Olives are bright green and have a meaty texture. They are buttery, rich and delectable, with a mild, nuanced flavor that's both salty and sweet, making them appealing not only to olive aficionados, but also to those who shy away from stronger, brinier varieties.
Wildflower honey produced from hives in Sebastopol and Santa Rosa comes in large part from the nectar rich and abundant Himalayan blackberries originally brought to California by Luther Burbank. The diversity of forage for bees in Sonoma County makes for a medium sweet well-balanced honey.
Our Oakville Grocery Dried California Apricots are sweet with a subtle tartness and have a tender bite. Moist and juicy, these apricots are delicious and perfect for snacking.
Olive Oil Grissini are crisp and savory accompaniments for dips, or wrapped with prosciutto they will look beautiful and become a crowd favorite on your next cheese board.