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We all know that Santa likes to have a little milk with his cookies as he goes house to house dropping off presents for the good boys and girls. But what if Santa didn't have to get out that night? Would he prefer to pair those cookies with something a little stronger perhaps? It's possible, but how would he know which Christmas cookie paired well with different wines?

That's where English Newsom Cellars comes in. On Saturday, December 10, English Newsom Cellars will host a Christmas Cookies & Wine Pairing event. Those attending will enjoy Snickerdoodle, White Chocolate Macadamia Nut, Santa's Chocolate Chip Cookies, Chocolate Thumbprints, and Gingerbread Cookie. While the cookies sound delicious enough, each cookie will be paired with a sample of English Newsom's fantastic wines.

This will be a great night to spend as a couple or with some friends. Personally, I think may enjoy the Chocolate Chip cookie with the Cabernet Sauvignon. According to the English Newsom website, the glass of wine is the perfect addition to the cookie.

 

~ Santa’s Chocolate Chip Cookies ~
These cookies are the perfect holiday treat. A batch of these cookies will definitely get you in the holiday spirit. Santa loves these soft, chewy cookies that are loaded with lots of chocolate! They’re so delicious, and the perfect treat to help Santa get through his night of all the busy present wrapping. Just make sure to leave him a glass of wine to go with the cookies.
Wine Pairing: Cabernet Sauvignon 
Sounds pretty good to me! For more information and to purchase the $25.00 ticket for the event. Visit the English Newsom Cellar website.

 

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