Almond and Milk Chocolate Truffle paired with Marquis de la Tour, a Loire Valley sparkling wine
Orange and Milk Chocolate Truffle paired with Tierra del Fuego, a blend of Tokay & Torrontes (white) from Nendoza, Argentina
Star Anise and Dark Chocolate Truffle paired with Nandu Malbec, from Mendoza, Argentina
Espresso and Milk Chocolate Truffle paired with Shinas Estate "Guilty" Shiraz, from Victoria, Australia
Honey and Milk and Dark Chocolate Truffle paired with Sauternes, a French dessert wine
Why not host your own wine and chocolate tasting at home. While pairing chocolate and wine may seem a challenge suited only for seasoned foodies, there are a two simple rules of thumb simple enough for the average chocoholic to follow. Rule number one: Stick to what you know. Choose your chocolate and pair it with your favorite wine, you may be surprised with your pallet's savvy. Rule number two: Match your flavors. Pair a sweet wine with a super sweet milk chocolate. Try a full bodied wine with a deep, dark or bittersweet chocolate.
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