There’s nothing revolutionary about a wooden serving board, which only underscores how wonderfully surprised I was with the walnut bruschetta board from Brooklyn shop Noble Goods. Most striking is the scale: The typical wooden serving board is barely large enough for a proper charcuterie spread and still costs a fortune, but the Ruffino board is impressive in its size and handmade quality. Gift it with a bottle of wine, which fits snugly into a well-conceived bottle notch in the board itself.