After a long week, nothing tastes better than a glass (or three) of Cabernet Sauvignon or Pinot Noir alongside a sweet snack or savory cheese. However, if you\u2019ve ever wanted to combine the best of both worlds, you\u2019re in luck. The creators of these wine-infused snacks have you covered.\r\n\r\nHere are some of our current favorite wine foods.\r\n\r\n\r\nTracy's Wine Jellies\r\nThese spreadable delicacies feature different wine options, and even a selection of craft beer varieties. Complementary flavors are combined to enhance the experience. Popular flavors include their best-selling Hot Pepper Chardonnay, Strawberry Ros\u00e9 and Cranberry-Raspberry Merlot.\r\n\r\nMore than 10 different flavors are available that combine fruits and spicy peppers with the perfect wine pairing. They taste wonderful over pork, chicken, spread on top of a soft triple-cream brie cheese or even used as a saucy addition in your next grilled cheese sandwich.\r\n\r\n\r\nBellavitano Merlot Cheese\r\nA good wine-and-cheese pairing can enhance the flavors of both. So it's inevitable that a product would combine the two. This cow\u2019s milk cheese is soaked in bold Merlot, which allows the wine\u2019s fruit notes to soak through and create a rich, indulgent snack. This cheese really doesn\u2019t need to be accompanied by more than a plain cracker, but another glass of Merlot wouldn\u2019t hurt.\r\n\r\n\r\nMercer's Wine Ice Cream\r\nMercer\u2019s found a way to blend the two products you turn to the most, whether you've had a stressful day or just a night in with friends: wine and ice cream.\r\n\r\nThe company has a wine-tinged ice cream for all seasons. Mulled wine with hints of warm cinnamon and nutmeg forms the base of Mercer\u2019s Spice offering, perfect for fall. Strawberry Sparkling, a great summer option, blends Moscato Spumante with strawberries. Add a scoop to strawberry sparkling water for an inspired spritzer. Also available are Peach White Zinfandel, Cherry Merlot, Chocolate Cabernet, Port, Red Raspberry Chardonnay, Shiraz, Riesling and a Lemon Sparkling made with Prosecco.\r\nWine Gummies from Sugarfina \r\nSugarfina has been creating sophisticated candies for some time since the invention of their Green Juice Gummy Bears, a blend of pressed juices and vitamins in gummy form (probably as healthy as candy will ever be). Now the producer has turned its sights toward wine. One option, But First, Ros\u00e9 Roses, are infused with ros\u00e9 from Provence, molded into the shape of pale blush rose blooms. For the refined sweet tooth, Champagne Bears are infused with Dom P\u00e9rignon Vintage Champagne. It\u2019s a sophisticated candy fit for any occasion.\r\n\r\n\r\nBissinger's Chocolate-Covered Muscat Wine Grapes \r\nThese fruity, bite-sized Muscat grapes are coated in 60% dark chocolate and infused with Shiraz, a perfect snack for your next get-together or romantic evening. Full-bodied Shiraz\u2019s rich red berry flavors and peppery finish add a slightly spicy bite to these grapes, interesting alongside the bitterness of the dark chocolate.\r\n\r\n\r\nVolpi Wine Salami\r\nElevate your next charcuterie board with something beyond the same old salami and prosciutto. Volpi creates wine-infused versions of their flavorful, dry-cured meats using a secret family recipe along with a whole lot of time and patience.\r\n\r\nVolpi\u2019s wine-salami offerings include Chianti, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco and ros\u00e9, available to be sliced, diced and savored. There\u2019s minimal processing involved, as its salami are infused with the wine, so you can still feel good about a bit of indulgence.\r\n\r\n\r\nIcewine Bombs \r\nCanada is increasingly becoming a top wine destination, with Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario, Canada, being particularly known for its excellent Icewines. Production is such a part of the local culture, the area even has an annual outdoor Icewine Festival in frigid January, complete with ice bars, hot foods, roaring bonfires and shops, where vineyards can come give visitors samples of their famous wines.\r\n\r\nTo celebrate the region\u2019s specialty, area chocolate shop Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory developed large chocolate truffles infused with local Icewines. The current offering uses Cabernet Franc as its base, but that can change depending on harvest, vintage and the creativity of its chocolatiers.\r\n\r\n\r\nFrutaPOP Wine Popsicles \r\nEven though summer has come and gone, FrutaPOP\u2019s wine popsicles are just the kind of treat to stash in the freezer year-round for when the craving hits. Its Mango Mimosa pops burst with flavor, thanks in part to sparkling Prosecco. The Bros\u00e9 Ros\u00e9 or more mild Coconut Ros\u00e9 pops are great on their own, but you can also break them up to use as ice cubes in your next mimosa for a delicious treat.\r\n\r\n\r\nGourmet Wine Cotton Candy \r\nChocolate Storybook found a way to turn one of our favorite carnival sweets into another wine treat. Its variety of light, fluffy cotton candies includes high-brow options like Chardonnay, Merlot, ros\u00e9 and Champagne. Not only delicious, these treats are unique and different. At your next party, try stuffing some flutes with Champagne cotton candy and top with the genuine article for a sweet sip.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Doughnut Project \r\nThere's a lot of competition in New York City when it comes to innovation in baking, crafting cocktails or cooking. But The Doughnut Project is one place that never has an issue standing out with creative creations like its Everything Bagel donut or Bone Marrow variety.\r\n\r\nWith flavors like that, it shouldn't be a surprise that the Morton Street shop recently released a wine donut creatively called the Chandonut Ros\u00e9. It\u2019s made with Chandon sparkling ros\u00e9 and decorated with edible rose petals, for extra indulgence.