Eat and Drink Adult trick-or-treating: Wine and candy pairings By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated October 13, 2015 1:57 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Trick or treat? Definitely both. Trick out your Halloween candy selection with these wine pairing suggestions from NYC sommeliers, chefs and bartenders. It's scary how well chocolate and alcohol go so well together. Kit Kats + Pinot Noir Photo Credit: Nestle / Hahn Make like Titus Andromedon and chase your crispy candies with some "pinot nooooir." Bonus points if a selfie stick is involved. John Johnson, executive chef of The Garden Restaurant and TY Bar at Four Seasons Hotel New York, recommends drinking Pinot Noir while you break off a piece of that Kit Kat bar. Try a bottle of California's 2014 Hahn Pinot Noir, $14. Pinot Noir, you're a star. Candy Corn + Wolffer White Table Wine Photo Credit: Flickr / tzofia Pair this traditional Halloween treat with a Hamptons estate wine for a very classy Halloween. Try the $17 classic white table wine or upgrade to a buttery chardonnay for $19-$30. Sweet Tarts + Champagne Photo Credit: Nestle / Laurent-Perrier You're getting tart and sweet with this combo! Get spooky with SweeTARTS Skulls & Bones and a sip of bubbly Laurent-Perrier Brut. Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Pumpkins + Moscato Photo Credit: Hershey's / Barefoot Try some sweet bubbly with these extra peanut buttery treats! A sweet and cheap bottle of Barefoot Moscato goes down easily with a whole package of Reese's. Snickers + Tuscan Red Blend Photo Credit: Mars "Aromas of black currant and black cherry, complemented by notes of sweet spices will pair wonderfully with the chocolate, caramel and peanut combo," explained Eleonora Tirapelle, wine director at Black Barn Restaurant in Manhattan. Splurge for a 50&50 Toscana IGT, $150, for a special treat. Butterfinger + South African White Blends Photo Credit: Nestle "The rich flavors of a Butterfinger's peanut butter and chocolate work best with a rich white wine," said sommelier Ruen Ellis, Wine Director at Madiba Restaurant. Try a South African white blend like the Marvelous Yellow 2013, $16, which has a variety of aromatic grapes. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.