A sweet event

Linda Rauch, Michelle Moore, Michael Berg and Bob Rauch were among the crowd of about 60 people who attended the Wine & Chocolate Tasting at Serenity Spa and Salon and the Hilton Garden Inn, San Diego/ Del Mar on Friday night.

Isabella Valencia, chocolatier and owner of Dallmann Confections, paired her chocolates with Kenwood Cuvee, Dolcetto d’Alba, Valley of the Moon Syrah, Moscato d’Asti, and Salerno Fortified Wine. Left, Ellen Hollister and Valencia.
Courtesy photos

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