Taco Bell knows you’ve been looking for a perfect pairing for your chalupa – the new “Jalapeño Noir” is on its way! The popular Tex-Mex chain, a major “drunk food” destination, has been expanding it’s “Cantina” concept selling margaritas and beer at many locations. This week, Taco Bell is rolling out the release of its very own Pinot in Canada with the introduction of a new Toasted Cheesy Chalupa. T-Bell explains, the new chalupa variation features “six-month aged sharp cheddar cheese toasted onto the iconic chalupa shell to create a crispy blanket of flavour and texture” which should pair well with “notes of wild strawberry, cherry and beetroot in this silky limited-edition red wine.” This is a legitimate wine too – Jalapeño Noir is a Pinot Noir ranging from $20-$30 by Queenston Mile Vineyard in the growing wine region of Niagara Peninsula in Ontario, Canada. For now, only our neighbors to the North will get to pair this wine and cheesy chalupa, but it’s been said that the brand will expand Jalapeño Noir to the U.S. in November! You gonna expand your wine cellar with this one?