Wine Pairings Checklist


Aside from steak, fruit and cheese, what goes well with wine? Here is your last minute wine pairing checklist for a quick and easy soiree.

Columbus Prosciutto Panino
Thin sliced mozzarella rolled with prosciutto meat. Prosciutto aged for 14 months. Pairs well with unoaked chardonnay.
Columbus Genoa Salame Panino
Thin sliced mozzarella rolled with salami. Salame aged for at least 60 days. Pairs well with pinot grigio wine and pilsner beer.
Columbus Hot Sopressata Panino
Thin sliced mozzarella rolled with salami. Salame aged for at least 50 days. Pairs well with full-bodied red wine and porter or stout beer.

Columbus Charcuterie Sampler  

Four different samplers. No MSG. 0g trans fat. Gluten free. Calabrese with red chili pepper, genoa salami with cracked clack pepper and fresh garlic, Italian dry salame with burgundy wine and a hint of garlic, and sopressata with sweet fennel and chili pepper.

Emmi Fondu 
Get the party started with Emma fondu. The gooey goodness of Emmi Fondü has a special way of bringing people together.
Food pairings: Crust & Cubed Bread, Cubed Ham, Boiled Shrimp, Meatballs, Cherry Tomatoes, Roasted Red & Green Peppers, Apples, Pears & Grapes. 
Beverage pairings: White Wine (Riesling or Chardonnay), Red Wine (Cabernet or Merlot), Non-Alcoholic (Sparkling Apple or Hot Tea). 

Take N Bake Breadsticks   

Bring the fresh-from-the-oven-taste to your family’s dinner table with the soft and chewy Take N Bake Breadsticks. When you combine the fresh taste from the deli with their quality ingredients, you don’t just get breadsticks, you get deli-licious Take N Bake Breadsticks.


Daniele Deli Selection
4 in 1 selection with genoa salami, sopressata, green & black olives, and provolone cheese.
Daniele is a award winning New England local line.