Something Seriously Good to Savour.

Chocolate and Wine. Such a winning combination. So popular that Jane Stanton decided to use her grandfather’s truffle recipe and put her own unique spin on it. Infusing her famous truffles with Gibbston Valley Pinot Noir, amidst other deliciously

indulgent truffles that uses New Zealand’s unique natural ingredients.

The Seriously Good Chocolate Company in Invercargill offers a beautiful display of unique kiwi flavours, sourcing from local vineyards and infusing wine varieties distinctive to New Zealand.

From infused Waiheke Island wine varieties, Central Otago wine truffles, Irish Cream, Pink Gin, Speight’s Ale and Cider. Along with a honey collection, and Burt Munro memorabilia.

Indulge your taste buds the next time you’re in Invercargill, or a great reason to travel there.

For more unique New Zealand locations, take a peek at my NZ travel e-book, Journey in Little Paradise:

Published by sharlene25

Sharlene Almond is the author of the genre-bending Annabella Cordova series, and a New Zealand travel book Journey in little Paradise. She has written a range of health, writing and body language articles; contributing as a guest writer on other blogs. Over the last ten years, Sharlene has attained qualifications in Body Language, Criminology, Journalism, Editing, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Pet Care, and Animal Behaviour. While setting up an online nutritional business, she is studying to specialize in Medicinal Cannabis and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Sharlene is also currently editing her second Annabella Cordova novel, with two others in the works. To support her online business, Sharlene sends out a trimonthly newsletter covering health, body language, writing, and even articles centered on health topics for your pet.

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