These Cavit Pinot Grigio-Infused Cannolis Are Perfect For Father’ and National Cannoli Day

Between Prosecco doughnuts, Champagne cupcakes, and rosé ice cream, I think it's pretty safe to say I'm a total sucker for alcohol-inspired desserts. And really, are you surprised? As a wine-obsessed millennial, it's basically my duty to taste — and obviously 'Gram — as many alcoholic desserts as I possibly can in this sugar-lovin' lifetime. And if you, too, are always on the lookout for a sweet (and slightly alcoholic) bite, look no further than these Cavit Pinot Grigio-infused cannolis.


They taste just like your favorite white wine, and they're here in time for National Cannoli Day.

Any Italian pastry aficionado out there is most likely preparing themselves for National Cannoli Day, which falls on Sunday, June 16. Consider making some from scratch. I’m Serving up these Cavit Pinot Grigio-infused cannoli for my dad and other and sweet-toothed snackers friends, and I — personally — am beyond excited.If you've never tried Cavit Pinot Grigio, it brings hints of pear, apple, almonds, and citrus to the seasoned Italian pastry shop's basic (and seriously delicious) cannoli, according to the brand. But you can snag some for National Cannoli Day, Father's Day by making them yourself.Any Italian pastry aficionado out there is most likely preparing themselves for National Cannoli Day, which falls on Sunday, June 16. And unless you and your family were planning on making some from scratch.

If you've never tried Cavit Pinot Grigio, it brings hints of pear, apple, almonds, and citrus to the seasoned Italian pastry shop's basic (and seriously delicious) cannoli.Those interested in snagging a Pinot Grigio-infused cannoli for themselves can get it in the form of a traditional full-size cannoli, a cannoli pop (which looks like a cake pop), or a cannoli cake cup (which seems somewhat similar to a pudding parfait) for $5 each, according to Kannoli Kraze. However, if you're in the mood for something a little smaller, you can make mini cannolis, which cost $2 each.