Taco Bell suggests pairing it with Cheddar Chloopa while debuting ‘Jalpino Noir’ wine in Canada


Taco Bell is making a path just right (or at least Fine) to have a meal.

Starting on September 16, Taco Bell Canada will offer their own custom-made “Jalapino Noir” wine select for customers in select cities in Ontario.

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A limited-edition offering by Queenston Mile Vineyard, Taco Bell is touted as the perfect accompaniment to Canadian toast Chasse Chalupa, which itself is made with cheddar aged six months.

Taco Bell may race across the (northern) border for Americans in Canada’s new Jalapino Noir wine.
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Taco Bell Canada writes, “Together, the pair is irresistible: the rich taste and crunchy texture of the beloved toasted cheese chalupa, the notes of wild strawberries, cherries and beets in this silky limited-edition red wine.” “Beans for Beef in Toasted Cheese Chalupa mean that wine-loving vegans can also satisfy their wine and cheese cravings.”

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In a press release, Kat Garcia, director of brand marketing at Taco Bell Canada, explained the reason behind the intoxicating staple menu item.

Garcia said, “Wine and cheese are meant to be only together, so a new wine can be launched, which is the perfect wine to go with the crèvable, cheddar toasted cheese chalupa.” “At Taco Bell Canada, we like to raise our glass with big, bold ideas that elevate our menu items, and pairing our toasted cheese chalupa with this Tonapéo noir is no exception.”

Currently, Taco Bell Canada plans to debut its Jalapino Noir wine ($ 25 per bottle) at select locations in Toronto and Hamilton and only through Uber Eats.  It will also be available online to Ontario residents.

Currently, Taco Bell Canada plans to debut its Jalapino Noir wine ($ 25 per bottle) at select locations in Toronto and Hamilton and only through Uber Eats. It will also be available online for Ontario residents.
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Currently, Taco Bell Canada plans to debut its Jalapino Noir wine ($ 25 per bottle) at select locations in Toronto and Hamilton and only through Uber Eats. The wine will also be available for purchase on TacoBell.ca for Ontario residents 19 and older.

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Stateside, meanwhile, Taco Bell has recently removed several items from its permanent menu – including Mexican pizza and its sliced ​​chicken – even without a shot of bargain-cellar as we condole Also to offer.