Taco Bell lovers have a reason to celebrate. On Monday, the fast-food chain dropped a limited edition red wine called “Jalapeño Noir” to pair with the release of its newest menu item: The Toasted Cheesy Chalupa.
Now for the bad news. The custom wine is exclusively available at locations in Canada and will not be released in the U.S. when the Toasted Cheesy Chalupa hits American menus in November.
But those who find themselves in Canada in the near future will be able to judge whether the “wild strawberry, cherry, and beetroot” notes of the Ontario-grown Pinot Noir perfectly match the chalupa’s “rich taste and crunchy texture,” as a release from Taco Bell claims.
This isn’t the first time Taco Bell has released a boozy drink to pair with popular menu items. In 2018 the chain launched its Cantina restaurants, which serve frozen Margaritas and drinks like the Baja Blast slushie with a shot of vodka. Later that year, it also partnered with Blue Point Brewery to release Big City Bell Pilsner at its three Cantina locations in New York City.
Jalapeño Noir is now available at select Taco Bell locations in Canada, offering three different collectible bottles with unique labels. Bottles retail for 25 Canadian dollars — about $19 in the U.S.