November 2016 — The self-proclaimed “Chocolate Queen”, Doreen Pendgracs, includes Gail’s Dark Chocolate Caramels as her #1 pick of “5 Favorite Chocolate Treats”.
See the full list of Raves & Faves here: Brava Raves & Faves List 2016.
October 2016 — Holiday Lettings from Trip Advisor listed Gail’s chocolates as part of their article compiling The Ultimate Guide to the Sweetest Candy Shops in the U. See the complete story here: Holiday Lettings from Trip Advisor.
November 2011 — Being associated with such a fantastic community of ateliers offering locally sourced holiday gifts is always an honor.
Thanks to for celebrating and promoting our city’s hard-working, creative entrepreneurs.
November 2015 — Gail was listed as the Best Chocolatier in the “Raves & Faves” issue of , see more Raves & Faves here: Brava Magazine November 2015.
October 2015 — Gail was one of 100 top-rated small business leaders selected to converge at a historic event at Yelp’s San Francisco head quarters called named Gail Ambrosius one of the top 10 chocolatiers in North America! Click here to read the article July 2012 — A big thanks to Nancy Cristy and Neil Heinen for celebrating Wisconsin chocolatiers and their community spirit.
November 2011 — During an interview with the , Absolutely Art gallery owner Meghan Blake-Horst shared the results of her customer survey, noting that “among customers’ favorite Madison businesses are Daisy’s Café and Cupcakery, chocolatier Gail Ambrosius, the Willy Street Co-Op and A Woman’s Touch.” November 2011 — We love the blog, so it was a kick to see Gail’s “tidbits of chocolate magic” featured as a favorite in November.
November 2011 — After attending the NYC Food Fete Chocolat, Gail’s fanciful dark chocolate creations were featured in multiple publications, including , and via blogs including Annemarie Kostyk.com, Go with your Gut (gluten-free products), the Chocolate Room, and many others.
March 2012 — We were so happy to hear that Gail’s praline box transported Cooking “to a small Parisian café, savoring hand-crafted truffles and dreaming about the future.” February 2012 — You have to love a blog named “Better than Cheddar.” And what could be better than to be featured as one of 50 Ways to Love Your City (if your city is Madison). Jeanette Hurt wants you to know “There’s No Business Like the Chocolate Business” in her feature article on magazine’s sister site, Second
Jeanette interviewed Gail and two other entrepreneurial chocolatiers who have made their chocolate dreams a reality.
October 2011 — Art lovers picking up the fall issue of magazine can read Amy Johnston’s Milwaukee to Madison foodie travel odyssey, including her take on Gail’s single-origin dark chocolate truffles which she says “ought to be the first thing anyone does on their trip to Wisconsin” because “even if you hate chocolate as much as I hate onions, you will bring ecstatic rapture to your loved ones or make dear friends of enemies should you opt to purchase.” Thanks, Amy!