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Where to Eat M&M's With a Sonoma Merlot

Merlot anyone?

Merlot anyone?Photo: Morstan via Flickr

Putting a sweet twist on the low-brow wine pairings we've seen in the past, Vintage Enoteca is taking the bold step of pairing Halloween candy with boutique wines. From October 28th to 31st, Vintage will present "HallowedVine," a sequel to the fright night wine fest the Hollywood wine bar experimented with last year.

$25 buys you four wines paired with some of your favorite cavity-causers, be it a flirty bouquet of Skittles paired with Avinyo Vi d'Agulla's 2010 Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains or those insouciant Junior Mints matched with Banyuls Grenache Noir. Sounds a little spine-tingling to be sure! Check out the planned pairings below, if you dare (muhahaha, etc.).

Vintage Enoteca
HallowedVines
October 28th-31st

Featured Pairings:

Smarties & Skittles
Muscat Blanc √† Petit Grains: Aviny√≥ Vi d’Agulla, Catalonia, Spain, 2010

Candy Corn
Viognier/Chardonnay Blend: JL Bonaccorsi, Santa Barbara County,
California, 2009

Raisinets & M&Ms
Merlot: Teira, Sonoma County, California, 2009

Snickers & Junior Mints
Grenache Noir: Cornet et Cie, Banyuls, France, 2009

$25 per person, excluding tax and gratuity

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