Some things just seem great together. Beer and pretzels. Coffee and donuts. Chocolate and wine. But should they be sold as one?
The folks at ChocolatRouge seem to think so. They've developed a line of three chocolately wines: Sweet Red (which tastes like chocolate-dipped strawberries), Milk Chocolate (a creamy blend of rich chocolate and wine) and Dark Red Blend (which is reminiscent of black cherries and dark chocolate).
Its makers recommend you serve ChocolatRouge chilled or on the rocks. Aside from sipping it on its own, you use this chocolately wine to make cocktails like a Chocolate Rouge Winter Sangria or Rogue Milkyway. You can find more serving suggestions on the Chocolat Rouge website.
Concerned about this wine beverage's sweetness? You can refer to the company's Sweet Meter so you can find the perfect ChocolatRouge for you.
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