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Pairing Your Favorite Girl Scout Cookies With Your Favorite Wine

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How can you say no to any Girl Scout when she’s selling those delicious cookies you love so much? They only come around this time of year so it’s absolutely imperative to stock up, as always. Girl Scout cookies are the perfect nibblers to snack on during the day or for dessert. And to make them even more enjoyable this year, we’ve gone and paired your favorite Stella Rosa Wines with the cookies!

Samoas/ Caramel deLites with Stella Rosa Imperiale Brachetto D’Acqui D.O.C.G. These caramel, chocolate, and toasted coconut cookies are the perfect candied flavors for the flavors of our award-winning sparkling Brachetto wine.

Tagalongs and Stella Rosa BlackThese peanut butter patties will melt in your mouth when you have it with Stella Rosa Black.

Thin Mints and Stella Rosa RedKeep your Thin Mints frozen. We promise it’ll heighten your experience when you have it with Stella Rosa Red.

Trefoils and Stella Rosa Imperiale ProseccoShortbread cookies will highlight the bubbliness of our award-winning Stella Rosa Imperiale Prosecco.

Rah Rah Raisins and Stella Rosa RossoOur original Stella Rosa, Stella Rosso, plays the best friend to Rah Rah Raisins. The nuts and oats complement the wine’s fresh berry flavors well.

Lemonades and Stella Rosa PeachBalance the tang you get from the lemonades with the fresh flavors of Stella Rosa Peach.

Cranberry Citrus Crisps and Bodega Sangria TradicionalBodega Sangria is the sister brand to Stella Rosa. This red sangria is all you need when you have these Cranberry Citrus Crisps. It’ll be quite the zesty party!

Go on and buy all the Girl Scout cookies and Stella Rosa wine (and Bodega Sangria wine) you want – we won’t be judging! Besides, the more you have, the happier you will be! Plus, you’re helping the Girl Scouts!

You can learn more about Stella Rosa and Bodega Sangria wines by going to StellaRosa.com and BodegaSangria.com. These wines can be purchased from your local retailer or from San Antonio Winery in Los Angeles, Ontario, or Paso Robles in California.