Taco Bell is now selling its own custom wine

Taco Bell is pairing their own custom wine, Jalapino Noir, with their toast cheese Chalupa. The tantalizing combination is only available for a limited time in Canada to celebrate the launch of menu items.

Taco Bell Canada is selling Jalapino Nair liquor for a limited time.

Taco Bell Canada said in a release that the pair are “irresistible,” noting that “this silky limited-edition red wine incorporates the rich flavor and crunchy texture of the lovely toasted chassis chopla of wild strawberries, cherries and beets” is.” The wine is made in an Ontario, Canada vineyard.

The wine, which is being called a collector’s item because it has three unique bottle labels, costs $ 25 Canadian or about $ 19 US. Fans can purchase it at Taco Bell’s Canada website or at some locations in Ontario.

Once the same Chalupa rolls in November, the wine will not be sold in the United States. The addition is part of an extensive menu shakeup, which saw some fan-favorites have been removed to make room for new items.

However, some Taco Bell restaurants in the US sell both food and mixed boozy drinks (not just custom wines) at their cantina locations.

Wines partnering with well-known customer Staples are not brand new. Kellogg (K) It sold a boxed red wine from House Wine and Cheese-It Snacks earlier this year. The product was in response to customer demand often mixing the two.

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