Wine and chocolate, could there be a better holiday!? Here are wines for Valentine’s Day whether you’re celebrating romance with a filet mignon or splitting a box of chocolates with your Galentine.
Wines for Valentine’s Day
- Wines for Valentine’s Day
- Valentine’s Day Wine for Chocolate
- Steak + Valentine’s Wine
- Wine for Charcuterie
- Valentine Wine Glasses
Valentine’s Day Wine for Chocolate
- Sparkling wine is ALWAYS the best choice! Why? Because sparkling wine pairs with everything from a steak to chocolate, so no matter what romantic meal you have planned, you can’t go wrong with a sparkling wine.
- Fancy fancy: Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut is a Champagne rated 91 points with Wine Spectator and is around $50.
- Affordable fancy: Mumm Napa and Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut are both excellent sparkling California wines, around $20.
Steak + Valentine’s Wine
Just like your love has many layers, so do these red blends.
- Fancy fancy: Rodney Strong Symmetry is one of our go-to celebration red wines. Wine Enthusiast rates it a 90. It’s about $60 in a store, and about $90 on a restaurant wine list.
- Affordable fancy: You can pick up a bottle of the smooth Z. Alexander Uncaged Red for about $16.
Boho Boards in Myrtle Beach creates the coolest charcuterie boards! Perfect for your valentine ❤️
Wine for Charcuterie
If you’re in the mood for a Cabernet Sauvignon, here’s a few to add to your list:
- Fancy Fancy Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Artemis is an elegant Cab with smoky flavors mingled with blackberries. It’s about $70 if you pick up at a wine shop, and probably around $100 on a wine list at restaurant.
- Affordable Fancy Decoy Cabernet Sauvignon tastes like a high-end Cab but is less than $20.
Valentine Wine Glasses
Schott Zwiesel are our favorites
Cheers, Valentine’s! 🥂
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