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Pamper Mom With Cocobon Wine This Mother's Day

Decadent California Red Blend Makes an Indulgent Gift

LIVERMORE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/13 -- For the woman who has been there from your first tentative steps to your biggest leaps in life, give an indulgent gift of Cocobon Red Blend wine this Mother's Day. A harmonious marriage of Bordeaux-style varietals, Cocobon evokes the experience of decadent mocha and tantalizes all the senses, taking them on a journey to Nirvana.

"Pampering your loved one can be surprisingly simple," says Georgetta Dane, winemaker for Cocobon and mother of one. "A bottle of wine demands that we pause and experience not only the wine, but the company and surroundings in which we enjoy it. With Cocobon, I created the wine to be appreciated like a fine bonbon, taking time to explore all of its layers. Indulgence can't be rushed."

The 2011 Cocobon California Red Blend is rich and silky with a touch of sweetness. Enticing aromas of coffee, cocoa and ripe berries lead to complex flavors of dark cherries, vanilla and mocha. Vibrant crimson in color, the wine has a smooth, lingering finish.

Cocobon California Red Blend is available at select retailer partners nationwide for a suggested retail price of $8.99. For information on where to find Cocobon, please visit

About Cocobon
Cocobon Cellars is known for its luscious California Red Blend, first introduced in 2009. Crafted by Romanian-born winemaker Georgetta Dane, Cocobon California Red Blend is a decadent mélange of classic Bordeaux-style varietals. For more information about Cocobon, visit

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