Wine and chocolate are natural partners. Pairing chocolate with sympathetic wine flavors will make your mouth happier than it’s ever been. In this special class, we are pairing our favorite chocolates with some of our favorite wine styles. You (and your mom) will discover tastes in the chocolate that only a perfect wine pairing can bring out.
This is a fun & engaging class for wine lovers with a sweet tooth. Especially designed for Mother’s Day.
Biutiful NV Cava Brut
Paired with Domaine Renardat-Fâche 2014 Cerdon du Bugey
Belgian Chocolate Mousse with a Milk Chocolate Spoon
Paired with Susan Balbo 2012 Late Harvest Malbec
Bourbon Smoked Truffles & Salted Belgian Caramels
Paired with Pineto 2014 Brachetto D’Acqui and Barrel-Aged Chocolate Bourbon Manhattan
Chocolate Ganache Cake with Salted Caramelized
Paired with Feuerheerd’s 10-Year Tawny Port
Whiskey-Smoked Truffles and Salted Chocolate Caramels
Paired with Pierre Legras Brut Blanc de Blancs Champagne
Belgian Milk Chocolate with a Mascarpone-Chocolate Dipping Sauce
Paired with Zuccardi Q 2012 Malbec (Argentina) & Domaine Lafage 2012 Cuvee Nicolas (France)
Belgian Dark Chocolate With Olive Oil & Bali Pyramid Salt
Paired with Pillar Box Winery 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon (Australia)
Chocolate Cake and Caramelized Pecans
Paired with Feuerheerd’s Ruby Porto Reserva`
Every Valentine’s Day, the question comes up again: wine is romantic, and chocolate is romantic, but is it romantic to enjoy these two things together? Does wine go with chocolate? What kind of wine?