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S’more Marshmallow Pops

S’more Marshmallow Pops

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Here’s your super easy Marshmallow Pops recipe, great for any upcoming party or summer gathering! These pops are simple, decadent and practically effortless. This is an endless fun foodie dessert your friends will love. Roll them in sprinkles, coconut, crushed nuts, graham cracker crumbs, finely chopped candy bars, or anything you’re craving. Pair these delicious treats with a chilled glass of Stella Rosa wine and have a Stellabration. All you need is…

Ingredients
One bag of Marshmallows
Chocolate
Your choice of topping (sprinkles, coconut, crushed nuts, graham cracker crumbs, etc.)
Lollipop sticks
Small cellophane bags (if you want to wrap them up)

~ Directions ~

1. Push a lollipop stick into each marshmallow.
2. Melt some chocolate. You will probably need 4-8 oz. of chocolate, depending on how many marshmallows you dip.
3. Dip one marshmallow at a time into the chocolate.
4. Allow excess chocolate to drip off, then sprinkle your choice of topping onto the chocolate.
5. Set the marshmallow pop (stick down) in a mug to allow the chocolate to set (you can put the mug of pops in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes).

Share your delicious treats with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook by tagging your images with #StellaRosa and #TasteTheMagic. We just may feature your photo next time!

Popcorn Confetti Bundt Cake

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Indulge yourself! This easy-to-make and extravagantly delicious dessert will not only make your stresses go away but will impress the lucky people you share it with. This is our take on the Popcorn Confetti Bundt Cake, featured on Food Network’s The Kitchen, and we’re enjoying it with our favorite wine, Stella Rosa® Rosso.

Ingredients:

Non-stick cooking spray

5 cups plain popcorn

5 cups caramel popcorn

1 cup macadamia nuts

9 cups marshmallows

5 tablespoons unsalted butter

2 teaspoons sprinkles

Instructions:

1. Spray Bundt pan with non-stick spray.
2. Chop macadamia nuts.
3. Combine plain popcorn, caramel popcorn, and macadamia nuts in a large bowl.
4. In a large pot, melt the butter over medium heat.
5. Add marshmallows and stir until they are melted.
6. Pour the popcorn mixture into the melted marshmallows and stir until all the popcorn is coated.
7. Transfer to the Bundt pan and let sit for 1 hour to set
8. Turn the pan upside-down onto a serving platter to release the cake.
9. Sprinkle with rainbow sprinkles.

Enjoy this with a chilled glass of Stella Rosa® Rosso for the perfect afternoon treat. Find Stella Rosa Rosso at your local retailer or shop in-store or online from San Antonio Winery!

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The Slice Is Right!

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Pizza is life. *Mic drop*

Anyone who disagrees is not living right – they must have a pizza their soul missing and we hope they find it very soon.

For the rest of us right-minded individuals: if there is any way that the pizza-indulging experience can get any better, it would be by having some Stella Rosa wine to drink on the side. So what if pizza and wine together isn’t the norm? It’s delicious, it’s casual, it’s got no frills, and it’s going to make the others salivate in jealousy and awe.

*Drum roll please*
We present to you – the ultimate guide to pairing Stella Rosa wine and your favorite pizzas:

Runner-up pairings: Mushroom & onion pizza with Stella Rosa Rosso, Margherita Pizza also with Stella Rosa Rosso, and BBQ Pizza with Stella Rosa Brachetto.

Stella Rosa wines can be purchased at your local stores or at San Antonio Winery in Los Angeles, Ontario, and Paso Robles. Online purchases of Stella Rosa wines are also an option – just go to SanAntonioWinery.com.

Now that you’ve got your wine, put in that call for pizza delivery! Share your pizza party photos with us on Instagram and Twitter with #StellaRosa and #Stellabrate.

Stella Rosa, Cheese, and Me!

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Wine and cheese is a timeless duet of exciting exploration and gratifying relaxation. Playing matchmaker with different wines and cheeses is a fun that never ends. Sometimes you get it right the first time; other times maybe not. But all the time, it’s just pure imagination.

For Stella Rosa Wines, it’s like a speed-dating social hour when it comes to mixing and mingling with different cheeses – some pairings like to flirt, but others will see a long-term relationship. Not sure where to start? Keep reading to find out our recommendations when it comes to pairing cheeses with Stella Rosa!

Stella Rosa Platinum’s green apple and vanilla flavors make it a unique pairing for Aged Parmesan and New England Farm House Cheddar cheeses. This is a matchup that may surprise many, but in a good way.

Food-Pairing

Asiago is an attractive Italian cheese who can’t help but be lured to the trifecta of raspberry, strawberry, and red plum flavors of Stella Rosa Red. Can you blame them?

Havarti and Manchego cheeses prove that “age ain’t nothing but a number” – no matter how aged the cheese is, it’ll taste amazing with a glass of Stella Rosa Black!

For Stella Rosa Rosso, it’s greatest quality is its versatility; how can a wine taste so good with both Gouda and Pepper Jack, two cheeses with two very different personalities? Stella Rosa Rosso makes it happen.

Stella Rosa Peach likes to get peachy with Aged Cheddar and Dubliner Irish Cheddar cheeses – there is so much fun to be had here and you don’t want to miss out.

Gorgonzola and Brie cheeses aren’t afraid of getting involved with something so pink – Stella Rosa Pink that is. What’s not to like? You’ll never know until you give it a try.

Blue Stilton cheese, Blueberry Goats cheese, and Stella Rosa Berry. These 3 B’s definitely mean business. No messing around here, this is a serious, must-try wine and cheese pairing.

Loosen things up with a glass of Stella Rosa Moscato and fondue. Rearrange the letters in fondue and you’ll find the fun to be had in this matching.

And finally, perhaps the most eclectic trio of all: Stella Rosa Bianco, Feta cheese, and Cotswold cheese. The sweetness of the wine sticks well with both the salty and tangy characteristics of Feta, and the creamy and buttery characteristics of Cotswold.

We hope that you’ll find some inspiration here and enjoy doing some experimentation to find other delicious Stella Rosa and cheese pairings. And when you do it with friends, it’s even better. Share your thoughts and your own pairing parties with us by using #StellaRosa and #Stellabrate on your Instagram photos – we just may feature you!

Blush of Pleasure!

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STELLA ROSA - Sweet Red Wine

Any moment is a good one to enjoy a delicious red wine, isn’t it? While we are thinking about a tempting wine, it is often the red wines that come to mind first. This comes as no surprise. Red wines are a safe bet that you can accompany with lots of dishes, such as grilled meat, salads, pastas, rice or even deserts.

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Best Dry Wines For Spring Season Happy Hour

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Thanks to daylight savings, the days are longer! Sort of, not really. But the sun shines later on into the day, giving us more reason and desire to go out with friends and coworkers after work for Happy Hour. And there are more wine options on the menu like sangrias and roses. But, frankly, our favorite happy hour drinks in Spring and Summer are the best dry wines you can find all year long.

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GET YOUR CAKE AND WINE ON!

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Happy National Chocolate Cake Day!  As if we really needed an excuse to indulge in all things sweet.  We are not questioning anything because this is a “holiday” we can really get behind.  There is no shame in pairing a few of your favorite treats, and it’s pretty obvious chocolate and wine are our faves.  Today we are treating ourselves to a little chocolate cake and Stella Red – ok we lie, maybe a lot of chocolate cake and a lot of wine.

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Stellabrate At The Top

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As tradition goes, red wine is always favored over all others during the winter months. And so, when you’re up at Mt. High enjoying your day trip or quick weekend getaway, make sure you request Stella Rosa Rosso from the Bull Wheel, Foggy Goggle, and Big Pine bar areas! Stella Rosa Rosso is a sweet red wine – the original semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine, actually! It’s got great strawberry and red berry characteristics.

Because this red wine is on the sweeter side, it is very easy to enjoy anytime during your snow day, whether you’re sipping on a glass during your mid-day break or at the end of your day when you can relax in front of the fireplace.

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Semi-Sweet Wines And A Sweet Time On The Slopes

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Racing down the slopes at Mt. High is a pretty sweet thrill, but capping it off with some Stella Rosa wine in between takes or at the end of the day is the frosting on top of it all. Your favorite semi-sweet wines of Stella Rosa are being served at Mt. High all season long! Just go to Big Pine, Foggy Goggle, or the Bull Wheel areas of the resort and ask for Stella Rosa Rosso or Stella Rosa Moscato d’Asti – both popular flavors will be sold. Sister brand Bodega Sangria will also be available at all three locations!

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All About Those Semi-Sweet Wines You Keep Hearing About

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The semi-sweet wine category is the fastest growing category in the country. Whether it is Moscato, sweet red wine, or a fruity white wine, all brands are currently trying to perfect this semi-sweet wine combination, and figure out what the people want.

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STELLA ROSA MOSCATO CUPCAKES

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STELLA ROSA MOSCATO CUPCAKES

We are in the spirit of baking, so we’re whipping up a special treat today because our sweet tooth is on overdrive. We are combining our love of wine, cake, and frosting into one perfect little dessert.  Obvs we’re bringing Stella Rosa into the mix, literally.

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Stella Rosso Is America’s Favorite Red Wine

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Stella Rosa is America’s favorite semi-sweet wine that are actually produced in Italy. They are brought to the United States to live the American dream where consumers can enjoy a high value wine at a great price. Stella Rosa is known as the original semi-sweet, semi-sparkling wine and people from all over the world love the sweetness and great taste that Stella Rosa offers its consumers. Stella Rosa strives to encourage fans to find a connection and inspiration behind the brand.

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TRIPLE CHOCOLATE STELLA ROSSO BROWNIES

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Chocolate and wine are just a few of our favorite things, so we decided to combine the 2 and make some yummy brownies to end the week on a high note.  Bring out those baking sheets and pour some Stella Rosa into the mix and you’ll have yourself a simple adults-only brownie recipe!  You’re welcome.

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Grilled Lamb Chops & A Stella Rosso Glaze

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Fire up the grill this sunny season! We’ve got a recipe for you that at first, you might think is a little crazy. But when you get a taste, you’ll see that it’s crazy good. These grilled lamb chops have a Stella Rosa Rosso wine, garlic, and honey glaze and will be the hottest items at your next barbecue. Yep, hotter than the sun beating down on you, hotter than the babe you’ve been eyeing.

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Chocolate & Wine: Stellabrate The Month Of Love!

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Stellabrate the month of love with these decadent Stella Rosa and chocolate pairings! Chocolate and wine have always made the perfect pair (almost as perfect as the pairing of you and your lover!) And not to worry because this year we’ve made it easier for you – just follow our pairing guide! So whether you’re sending a heart-shaped chocolate box or any other type of chocolate assortment, this guide will help you pair the perfect Stella Rosa wines with your chocolaty Valentine’s Day gifts!

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