You can't enjoy charcuterie boards like you used to, but you can still have them at home.

No one loves going out to eat more than me, I stand by that firmly. Even more than going out to drink, I LOVE going out for drinks. What can I say, I like to treat myself. So when we got into quarantine in New York, closing bars and restaurants, I was devastated. Not only because I couldn't go to these places anymore, but because these businesses would be greatly impacted by it. A lot of local businesses have adapted to curbside and takeout, but it's still not easy. And it's our job to still support these local businesses.

If you're like me and are missing wine nights with your friends the most, there's a super simple solution for you that supports a local business too. 1915 Wine Cellar in Poughkeepsie is selling cheese boards and bottles of wine to go. This is the PERFECT way to have your wine night, just from the safety of your home.

1915 is selling a make your own cheese board for $18. It's a selection of five of their cheeses, plus all the condiments and extras. You could arrange this on your own cheese board or just eat it out of the box. Hey, I won't judge. To go with your delicious cheese board, 1915 is also selling bottles of wine to go. They have an awesome selection of white, red, and sparkling wines to go. 1915 even offers cider and beer to go to.

Wine night can still happen in quarantine, thanks to 1915.

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