The most ideal approaches to match Girl Scout wine and cookies

Treats and milk just grew up.

Young lady Scout treat season has arrived – and what preferable approach to celebrate over by joining them with liquor?

Shoeless Wine’s winemaker Jen Wall imparts the ideal wines to taste with the restricted time treats – which, on the off chance that whatever else, will include a dash of class while people’re hotly tearing through boxes of Thin Mints.


Shortbread fans love a rich treat. In this way, Wall recommends matching with a rich wine, similar to a Chardonnay, which is rich and wanton like the treat itself.

Meager Mint

In case people’re a Thin Mint darling, Wall suggests blending the Girl Scout’s mark treat with a rich and succulent Malbec, which brags “hints of cocoa in the aromas and flavors,” making it an ideal counterpart for the chocolate mint goodie.

Samoas/Caramel deLites

Coconut, caramel and chocolate make up these scrumptious chewy treats. So what preferred wine over a similarly delectable and complex wine? Divider picked the Bubbly Brut Rose for its “blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay [which] pairs nicely with the chocolate whereas the Chardonnay in the blend pairs well with the coconut.”

Do-si-dos/Peanut Butter Sandwich

Nutty spread and Pinot Noir – a couple presumably as notorious as peanut spread and jam, seeing as the last has fruity “aromas and flavors of cherry and cranberry that pair wonderfully” with these unique sandwich treats, Wall shares.

Tagalongs/Peanut Butter Patties

This treat packs a lot of nutty spread – and chocolate. To coordinate it, Wall says to pick a wine that can hold up. “Cabernet Sauvignon is bold, has a velvety texture and jammy fruit flavors. These jammy flavors perfectly complement the flavors in peanut butter and chocolate cookies.”


A splendid citrusy treat requires a similarly brilliant wine. Divider picked a botanical Pinot Grigio that is “vibrant and has beautiful lemon aromas” to upgrade the effectively sweet and punchy kinds of the frosted shortbread sugary treat.


Despite the fact that a more up to date treat on the square, the crunchy nibble despite everything has discovered its match in a Brut Cuvee Bubbly. As indicated by Wall, the fresh sparkler offers kinds of green apple and new peaches. Splendid citrus notes wait after the dry completion – much like chewy toffee likely adhered to their teeth.

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