So... can you get this for just one person... asking for a friend...

I'm not asking for a friend. I'm asking for myself.

The real beauty of Valentine's Day is the delicious gifts single people get to buy themselves.

Unless you're in the perfect relationship, gift giving isn't always flawless. I guarantee there's a couple in Rockford who've been together for 30 plus years and every year the husband buys the wife the same Valentine's Day present and she pretends to like it because she doesn't want to hurt his feelings.

But when you're single, you get to buy yourself exactly what you want, which is probably wine and chocolate.

This will likely work for couples too. Maybe that's the moral of the story... just buy wine and chocolate.

For the incredibly reasonable price of $23 or $25, DC Estate Winery created two different flights of wine and chocolate pairings.

Valentine’s Dry Flight $25
Chardonnay - Caramel Chocolate
Creekside White - Vanilla Chocolate
Marquette - Black Raspberry Chocolate
Creekside Red - Mandarine Orange Chocolate
Valentine’s Sweet Flight $23
Moscato - Apricot Fig Chocolate
Reflection of Red - Peanut Butter Chocolate
Strawberry Apple - Milk Chocolate
Peach Honey - Cinnamon Chocolate
Gentlemen, if you don't know what wine your girlfriend likes, get them both and share. That's always the best idea.
These also sound perfect for Galentine's Day.

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