The saltiness and rich mouthfeel of blue cheese, Romano and aged cheddar pairs well with an Aperol Spritz
, the classic European aperitif. This also goes well with salami and prosciutto.
Or, if you prefer soft French cheese and baguette slices, try a Parisian Spritz
, which uses elderflower liqueur
. Antipasti like olives, artichokes or pepperoncini round out a tray of small bites for your guests to enjoy with a Gin Spritz
. Of course, al fresco is the best way to enjoy these spritzes and European appetizers.