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Chocolate and Wine - A Guide to Dangerously Delicious Pairings

Pairing wholesale chocolates with the perfect wine is a great way to dazzle customers. These can be tricky to match, but each type has a partner in crime.

Is there a better match than premium chocolates and fine wine? If there is, I have yet to find one; it’s particularly true when you find that magical pairing. It is the ultimate indulgence and perfect for romantic evenings, dinner parties or simply a night in by yourself with a good film.

Both chocolate and wine are complex pleasures that have an enormous range of flavours, aromas, notes and weights. This can make finding that magical pairing a real challenge for the consumer, so here is a comprehensive guide to combining these guilty pleasures like a pro. You can then market your wholesale chocolates with the right partner in crime to help your customers get the most out of their indulgent experience. 


It is no secret that dark chocolate has a more dominant taste than its lighter cousins, so you will want to avoid any bitter or non-sweet flavours. Instead, dark varieties should be enjoyed with fruity and sweet wines like Vin Santo or Port, or with strong red wines that contain notes of berries, cloves and chocolate. This will accentuate both flavours and create a powerful, strong and sweet combination that is heavenly for dark chocolate lovers.


Due to the added fat content, milk is the more versatile chocolate to match with wines – there are many types that work well together. Any Pinot Noir, Merlot or sherry-like tipples will complement milk chocolate perfectly and bring out all the best flavours.

In addition to this, I recommend you that you market your milk wholesale chocolates with champagne – the creaminess of the chocolate contrasts wonderfully with the dry bubbles  to allow you to appreciate both products even more than normal.


White chocolate is vastly different to milk and dark (due to it containing no cacao), which means that you will want to pair it with different flavours. White chocolate’s dangerously delicious pairing is with anything that can match its sweetness – this means Pinot Noir, ice wine, Rose Port, Moscato d’Asto and Sweet Tokaji are all superb options. It is delicate enough to pair with white wine, but it can also match well with dry reds.

This provides you with everything you need to know about pairing your wholesale chocolates with wine. The winning combination is as popular with chocaholics as it is with vinophiles, so you cannot go wrong by advertising these products together. When matched correctlyScience Articles, they will bring out all the best qualities of both products and leave the consumer coming back for more.



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Angelina Moufftard works for hf Chocolates, established wholesale chocolates suppliers with decades of experience supplying sweets and high-end chocolates to retailers across the UK. Working with the most dedicated suppliers from France, Spain, Germany, Holland, Belgium, the USA and the UK, hf Chocolates' great tasting and beautifully packaged products add panache to any sweet display.

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