Do you dream in CHOCOLATE?
If you are not sure how to get your chocolate fix, don't worry; I took on the tough assignment of checking it out for you. I discovered some local indulgences, listed according to the three all important Ws: WHO WHAT & WHERE. Scroll down to see where to get your fix.
Chocolate and Wine Sip Tip #1: Pair lighter chocolates with lighter wines; darker chocolates with full-bodied wines. Go from light to dark in your tasting session, starting with milk or lower percentage cacao chocolates and their corresponding wines.
Chocolate and Wine Sip Tip #2:
Suggestive pairings for Milk Chocolate: Merlot, Riesling (debatable), Sauvignon Blanc and Dessert wines.
Chocolate and wine Sip Tip #3
Pairings for Dark, Bittersweet and Semisweet chocolate: Zinfandel, Syrah, Tawny Port. Armagnac, and Cognac. If you're looking to pair up Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, or Sangiovese reds, they need to be well-aged to suitably pair with darker chocolates.
WHERE.... WHAT..... WHY
Chocolate Kiss Martini
Cda Candy Company
"Two words: Huckleberry Heaven"
The Melting Pot
"Take a dip. I'm fond of fondue"
"A Chocoholics addiction"
"Classic mint is a must"