celebrating every dayWe believe all events should be celebrated by a delicious dessert and a perfectly paired wine. Our desserts are carefully crafted with the best ingredients, each recipe and pairing carefully tested countless times until it's just right. Why? Because your special days are our special days. You trust us to be there for your weddings, showers, parties, and date nights. You deserve the best and we're here to Shop
The Sugar Vine
The Sugar Vine was born from a desire to bring wine and dessert lovers together in delicious harmony. Wine and dessert are almost always consumed in similar situations- weddings, parties, girls’ night out…They’re delectable indulgences on days we want to treat ourselves to something special and the first things someone shows up with when it’s time to celebrate. And yet, we’re told time and time again that you can’t pair them, that the flavors won’t work. So we’ve been forced to either drink nothing with our tasty treats or hide in a closet sipping a rich merlot and gulping down a chocolate brownie. Hide your desire for wine and dessert no longer! The Sugar Vine is here to celebrate the cookie butter and chardonnay lovers of the world, to cheer the sauvignon blanc and lemon tart enthusiasts. Come join us on our journey and see how you really can have your cake and your wine, too!
Stories from The Sugar Vine
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Wow. October is a very popular month for celebrating wine. Texas, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Sonoma County all celebrate wine month in October. To honor the month, today we’re going to talk a little about what makes wines from each location special. First up, we’ll...
Now that the weather is cooling down some, it’s time to get out and enjoy some wine festivals! Fall is a busy time for wine events in Texas, especially October, which just so happens to be Texas Wine Month.
Fall truly is the best time for dessert. I say that every season because I’m excited for the new flavors to try, but I really mean it with fall. The flavors transition from citrus and fruit focused to cinnamon, apple, and pumpkin. They’re warmer flavors with more depth. They make you want to slow down a little and savor them, rather than gobble them up and run back to the pool. To get you thinking about the delicious flavors of fall, here are a few of The Sugar Vine’s favorites: