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Oreo, Barefoot Wine collaborate to release chocolate cookie-flavored wine
Oreo and Barefoot Wine have partnered to create a unique wine blend that is probably unheard of until now. The wine is said to taste like the famous chocolate cookie brand’s crispy thins, and it is “chocoholic, chocolatey” good.
The combination of Oreo and wine is surely something to try, especially for those who love chocolate cookies and wine. Sydney Kranzmann, Oreo Thins brand manager, said that Oreo Thins are the perfect OREO cookie for grown-ups; thus, they are excited to announce the new combination with Barefoot Wine for adults.
“Everyone knows that red wine pairs well with chocolate, but OREO THINS and America’s most loved wine, Barefoot Wine, are collaborating to take this classic combination to a whole new delicious level,” Kranzmann said in a statement that was shared with USA TODAY.
It was noted that this is not the first time that winemaker has released a new flavor in collaboration with other drink or snack companies. In fact, just last month, it has launched the limited-edition Arby’s Curly Fry and Crinkle Fry Vodka, some alcoholic drinks featuring the curly fries flavor.
In any case, The New York Post reported that the new wine is called “Barefoot x Oreo Thins Red Blend,” and drinkers will love the mixture of flavors that it was made of. The new wine has a mild taste of oak, blackberry, and dark cherries, while the chocolate, creme, and cookie flavors are more pronounced.
Together with our new BFFs, we crafted Barefoot x @OREO THINS Red Blend — a limited edition wine that'll send your taste buds into fits of chocolate-y delight. Get yours 12.9.21! Click here to sign up for email reminders: https://t.co/kHG5jVIWkV pic.twitter.com/BC0wOfKwAu— barefootwine (@BarefootWine) December 7, 2021
The Barefoot x Oreo Thins Red Blend will only be released in limited numbers, so fans should get them as soon as it arrives on Thursday, Dec. 9. The wine is not going to be on store shelves as it will be exclusively sold via Barefoot Wine’s website.
The 750 ml. bottled wine is packaged with a container of Oreo Thins, and they will be sold for $24.99. It was stated on Barefoot’s website that each package delivery would include two bottles of wine, and people can continue to place orders until supplies last. This is a good idea for gifting, or it can be part of the celebration feast for this holiday too.