Top 10 best Chocolate Wines for the Celebration

Chocolate and Wine: unquestionably the two of my most favorite things in the world. If blended together, makes the great taste ever and the reaction has been amazing. There are ways many reasons why people love chocolates and wine, but of course, there are some of really wonderful chocolate wines manufactured out there in various parts of the world. The manufacturers have gone and combined chocolates and wine into the wonderful beverage called Chocolate Wines that are so popular around the world. Chocolate spirits come in a wide range of forms. It ranges from liqueurs to bizarre attempts to meld wine and chocolate which defy categorization.

Anyway, let’s talk about my personal favorite list of top 10 Chocolate wines for the enthralling celebrations. Most of them are the award winning varieties.

10. Choco Noir Chocolate Wine

Choco Noir Chocolate Wine

Choco Noir Chocolate Wine is no doubt the perfect combination of chocolate and wine that will add a sensual touch to any celebrations. It’s a delectable chocolate wine perfect for every chocolate lover. Choco Noir can be a perfect on the rocks after a long day for a romantic evening full of sensual delights. It contains 14% of alcohol by volume and is also available in variety of flavors. Make your celebration special with Choco Noir Chocolate Wine.

9. Confectioner’s Chocolate Red Wine

Confectioner's Chocolate Red Wine

Confectioner’s Chocolate is another delectable and soft style red wine that is delicately blended with rich and velvety chocolate. Obviously, the tempting aromas of black cherry and dark chocolate lure you in and linger on the palate. Touch of sweet red wine lingers on the smooth finish for sure. Just take a sip and enjoy the ultimate red wine and chocolate experience. Confectioner’s Chocolate Wine contains 12.5% of alcohol by volume, 10% of residual sugar by weight. The wine itself is light and sweet but not overpowering or viscos. It’s one of the most popular chocolate wines for the intriguing celebrations. No doubt, it’s great for a girls’ night or other novelty events. Fun to drink!

 

8. Van Gogh Chocolate VodkaVan Gogh Chocolate Vodka

 

Van Gogh Chocolate Vodka is a hand crafted wine that tastes and smells exactly like rich Dutch Chocolate. It has an excellent aroma and flavors from the finest cocoa. You can find subtle undertone of caramel and coffee that create sophisticated palate. However, you can also find the right amount of bitterness in Van Gogh Chocolate. It’s coffee flavor lasts very long. It’s actually artfully crafted vodka that delivers a sophisticated Dutch cocoa flavor with delicious bittersweet coffee taste from Colombian beans. It is complemented by a delicate hind of cocoa and citrus for a long and silky effect. Van Gogh Chocolate Vodka too is massively used for several intriguing celebrations.

 

7. Espresso ChocoVine Wine

 

Espresso ChocoVine WineChocoVine Espresso is the blend of aromas of roasting beans and cocoa. The mouthwatering dark chocolate leads to a solid finish of powerful espresso flavor. The right chocolate if paired with the perfect wine, can create a near orgasmic taste experience for you. You can enjoy Chocovine Espresso Wine on the rocks. It can either be used as the main ingredient to an array of exotic concoctions. Espresso ChocoVine Wine provides the tantalizing effects its blissful flavors. If you want to taste the wonderfully successful combination of chocolate and red wine, then try Espresso ChocoVine today. It’s going to be more irresistible now, the perfect drink for celebration.

 

6. Chocolate Shop

Chocolate Shop Wine

Chocolate Shop is the chocolate lover’s wine and is available in variety of flavors including Chocolate Red Wine, Chocolate Strawberry, Crème de Cocoa, and Sparkling Chocolate Red Wine. It contains 12.5% of alcohol by volume. Chocolate Red Wine is the indulgent ruby red wine which is infused with rich and dark chocolate. Chocolate Strawberry is the indulgent red wine infused with juicy strawberries and rich dark chocolates. Crème de Cocoa is the decadent blend of rich and velvety chocolate and cream with fine wine. And the Sparkling Chocolate Red Wine is the sparkling red wine with delicious chocolate notes. Chocolate Shop Wine is the perfect drink for the wonderful celebrations. Its chocolate delight is an experience like no other.

 

5. The Chocolate Cellar

The Chocolate Cellar Wine

The Chocolate Cellar is actually a more serious pick. It’s made from the finest vinifera grapes with a darker and more mocha-tinged nose. Well, it’s similar to walk into a coffee shop where they grind their own beans. The Chocolate Cellar contains 12.5% of alcohol by volume. It invites the fragrances of black cherry & dark chocolates and continues on the taste surrounded by the effects of cocoa powder. Touches of red wine and sugar linger on the smooth finish. The Chocolate Cellar is one of the best chocolate wines for the celebrations.

 

4. NV Désirée Chocolate Dessert Wine

rosenblum cellars desiree chocolate dessert wine

NV Désirée Chocolate Dessert Wine is a port-style chocolate wine, an exotic blend of Touriga Nacional, Zinfandel, Syrah with chocolate. NV Désirée Chocolate Dessert Wine comes from Rosenblum Cellars and contains 18% alcohol by volume. It is intended to be sipped and treasured as a delicious liquid dessert. This wine is seductive and smooth. Desiree is actually a bit of a bad girl but all in the right ways! For sure, NV Désirée Chocolate Dessert Wine is one of the perfect choices for romantic celebrations like Valentines’ Day.

 

3. Cocoa di Vine

Cocoa di Vine wine

Cocoa di Vine is the ultimate indulgence, and is known to be a seductive blend of smooth chocolate savors and delicious wine. Actually, this tempting chocolate wine is prepared with the blend of tasty milk chocolate cream with white wine. You can find Cocoa di Vine in Espresso and even Chocolate Cherry flavors as well. You can simply enjoy Cocoa di Vine on its own as a dessert or you can pair it with cakes, ice cream, and cookies. So, if you are planning on spending Valentines’ Day or other romantic celebration with a chocoholic, just give Cocoa di Vine a try! It’s really an ultimate indulgence. The chocolaty taste of Cocoa di Vine has undertones of vanilla and caramel and silky finish as well. There’s 14% of alcohol content in Cocoa di Vine.

 

2. ChocoVine Dutch Chocolate and Red Wine

ChocoVine Dutch Chocolate and Red Wine

ChocoVine is such a wonderful blend of Dutch cocoa, brew of other ingredients, and sugar. ChocoVine is based in the Netherlands and it accounted for the two thirds of all chocolate wine sales. The part of ChocoVine’s growth builds on the novelty of designer flavor wine. ChocoVine not only has a variety of flavors but also a surprising degree of flexibility. The unique flavor and its adaptability may be the reasons why it’s been a top choice for many people. If you are a chocolate lover and a red wine lover, you will just love this wine. The original ChocoVine is excellent on its own or even better when it is accompanying cocktail. It’s a perfect drink for the celebration.

 

1. Godiva Milk Chocolate Caramel Liqueur

Godiva Milk Chocolate Caramel Liqueur

Definitely, Godiva has been one of the most popular traders of chocolate liqueur many years. And Godiva Caramel Milk Chocolate  is the latest chocolate wine introduced by Godiva. In this wine also, Godiva has been able to preserve the deep chocolaty savor the brand is famous for. Caramel indeed is a largely seamless addition and it offers a properly dense decant and abundant sweetness which still preserve the touch of true cocoa savor which we can feel in the aftertaste. Godiva Milk Chocolate Caramel Liqueur has been described as the best chocolate wine by so many people from around the world.

 

Conclusion:

Chocolate and Wines; ain’t they made for each other? It’s undeniably one of those classic pairings. However not all pairings really are that appealing, but there are many cases of people going nuts for chocolate served with sweet red. The reasons for this all can be many. Maybe it’s because they enjoy the supposed health benefits of the combination, or maybe it’s because chocolate leads to the discharge of neurotransmitters similar to those released during having sex. No matter what the reasons are, some of the wine producers have taken this classic pairing to the next level by making chocolate-infused wines, called Chocolate Wines. Regardless of how you characterize all available Chocolate Wines, some are found to be just awesome on the rock. Maybe all your family members would love to have those Chocolate wines during exotic celebrations.

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