Mint Chocolate Decadence dessert wine joins the lineup at Prince Michel Vineyard

Prince Michel Vineyard new dessert wine, photo by Alison Holden
Prince Michel Vineyard new dessert wine, photo by Alison Holden /

A good dessert wine is a sweet delicacy found at many, but not all wineries.  Prince Michel Vineyard and Winery in Leon, Virginia, one of the oldest wineries in Virginia recently debuted Mint Chocolate Decadence Dessert wine to join its sisters Chocolate Decadence and Coffee decadence.  The Decadence collection rounds out the prolific menu of red, white, sparkling and fruit wines, adult slushies and port infused hot chocolate.

Mint Chocolate decadence dessert wine is one of the most unique products to come from Virginia in recent years.  A well balanced blend of white wine, cream and Mint Chocolate flavoring, it tastes like the perfect winter treat.

Full bodied and rich, it begs to be poured over ice cream, added to coffee or soaked up with sponge cake. It is refreshing and just light enough to  also be enjoyed alone in a glass.

Dessert wine delights and there’s more wine experiences to be enjoyed.

The winery offers a diverse array of experiences.  You can turn your wine tasting into a dreamy weekend get away in one of their stunning luxury suites, peruse their adorable gift shop and enjoy a fantastic lineup of local musicians while you sit and sip from inside one of the VIP igloos or next to a cozy fire pit. You can also taste a well developed selection of beers and hard ciders in their on-site brewery Tap 29.

A bottle of Mint Chocolate Decadence dessert wine would make a memorable hostess or Valentine gift and can be shipped directly from the winery’s website or picked up curbside. If you are looking for a sumptuous sip for your next special occasion, consider the Mint Chocolate Decadence. It might be better than another slice of chocolate cake.

Prince Michel Vineyard and Winery is located in Leon, Virginia. It is open Monday through Sunday at various hours.

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