Hey San Fran! You can sample our Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate this weekend from 12-5pm at the 17th Annual Ghiradelli Chocolate Festival in Ghiradelli Square. Also, if you’re of age, there will be samples of Save Me, San Francisco Wine to help wash the chocolate down.
Can’t get to San Francisco this weekend? You can get Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate online and at all Ghiradelli Chocolate stores.
San Francisco, if you’re in town on September 8th and 9th be sure to stop by the 17th Annual Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival! It’ll be held in Ghirardelli Square from 12:00 to 5:00pm. Not only will you be able to sample Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate AND Save Me, San Francisco Wine, but you’ll get to try some of the other local dessert companies too! We’ve also been told that there will be chef demonstrations from chocolatiers, cupcake bakes and mixologists. Sounds like a good time to us!
By the way, Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate is now available in all the San Francisco Ghirardelli Chocolate stores. If you’re in the area, and craving something sweet you know where to go! The bars will be available at the rest of the Ghirardelli locations by the end of the week.
We’ve teamed up with one of our favorite companies based out of the Bay area, Ghirardelli Chocolate to bring you Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate! There are 3 wonderful flavors to choose from: Dark Cabernet, Sea Salt Almond, and 72% Cacao Dark Chocolate. It’s available for purchase online right now. It will also be available in all of the Ghirardelli Chocolate & Ice Cream shops in the next couple of weeks.
100% of our (Train’s) proceeds from the chocolate sales will go to Family House. Life is sweet! We honor our San Francisco roots and help a great Bay Area charity at the same time.
They say that dark chocolate is good for your heart and soul. So what are you waiting for?! Try some Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate today!
We wouldn’t mind jetting out of snowy NYC to make a stop at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s current How Wine Became Modern exhibition. The exhibition, which runs until April 17, 2011, “explores the visual culture of wine and its stunning transformation over the last three decades.” Sounds like a great way to spend a day and learn a lot about the history of wine! Find out more information about the exhibition here at the SF MoMA’s website.
Have you had a chance to check out the exhibition? Plans to visit? Let us know!
- TWC Sommelier