From the Wires
National Survey Suggests People Prefer to Stay Home This Valentine's Day
ChocolatRouge Offers Deliciously Different Wine Option for the Holiday Whether Celebrating With a Significant Other or Best Friend
By: Marketwired .
Feb. 7, 2013 12:57 PM
MODESTO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- A recent survey conducted by ChocolatRouge, a new wine that blends fine red wine and rich chocolate flavors, suggests that Americans should reevaluate the way they celebrate Valentine's Day. Overall, of the 1,000 Americans surveyed, most associated Valentine's Day with stress and excessive spending and revealed what they'd like to do most is just stay in. Here are some of the survey highlights:
"Chocolate and wine are Valentine's Day staples and ChocolatRouge offers an indulgent twist to these favorites, perfect for celebrating the holiday with friends or a significant other," said Alex Lee, Senior Marketing Manager for ChocolatRouge. "These survey findings show that we are not alone in wanting to mix things up during this holiday. Instead of stressing about money and a night out on the town, ChocolatRouge has an opportunity to be a part of the at-home Valentine's Day experience."
Whether one's tastes lean toward milk or dark, ChocolatRouge is sure to please those who enjoy a chocolate and red wine duet with the three flavor offerings.
ChocolatRouge is available nationwide at a suggested retail price of $11. For more information on ChocolatRouge, visit ChocolatRougeWine.com.
* The national survey was conducted by Wakefield Research among 1,000 nationally representative U.S. adults, ages 21+, between January 14th and January 18th, 2013, with a 3.1% margin of error.
Wine, Cream, Natural Flavors, Caramel and Certified Color, Grape Wine and Natural Flavors, ©2013 ChocolatRouge, Modesto, CA. All rights reserved
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