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Thread: Are there any wine drinking Chocolate Lovers in the House?

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    Junior Member makakehau's Avatar
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    Ooooh! While looking for a particular bottle of wine today in the store, I stumbled across a bottle of chocolate wine.
    Chocolate Wine? Sounds like a match made in heaven to me ...
    Wow!
    It is the most fantastically decadent, smooth, sweet, delicious thing my palate has ever had the pleasure of hosting!
    For those who haven't tried it, I know it sounds a little odd.
    It's actually a sweet, red wine with dark chocolate flavor.
    Out of this world, that's all I can say.

    If you ever have the opportunity and the inclination, don't let the peculiar sounding mix discourage you. It's awwwwwesome.

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    Power Poster Sadiemae's Avatar
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    I have tasted it. I wasn't a fan of it, but I have a friend that loves it!!! And I really don't drink much which might explain it...

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    Super Member May in Jersey's Avatar
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    I've tasted it and like it. This reminds me to add it to my list for Holiday wine.

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    I have had it, but not a fan. Maybe mixed with something to lighten the taste..sparkling water perhaps.

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    I thought it was odd when someone offered me a taste...and it was - just a little
    I purchased one bottle that was shared with numerous friends after dinner...I think it is a 'slow sipping' type of wine...almost like a brandy.
    It should be fun to have during the fall and winter when it's chilly out.

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    Super Member MrsM's Avatar
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    I was wondering how it would taste. Now I will have to give it a try, Thanks :lol:

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    To me, it tasted like Baileys. I prefer my dry red wine, thank you!

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    im addicted!! love it, is it called choco vines, or is there another one?
    katz

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    Love chocolate and enjoy a glass of wine sometimes. Sounds like a good combination.

    mltquilt

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    I saw that just the other day when I was looking for a Moscato wine. I was at Fresh & Easy.

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