Nothing like fine Charcuterie to start a meal.
Charcuterie is a prepared meats, mostly from pork. Examples include sausages, hams, and patÚs. France is known for its great variety of chacuterie (it is a French word) but many other countries have excellent products.
In addition to the wines mentioned in our food pairing table you might consider a French Julienas or Saumur. If I were eating Austrian charcuterie I would try to pair it with an Austrian red wine. And remember, Sauternes and Fois Gras are a classic combo.