Lady Gaga Is Getting Into The Wine Business!


By Cooking Panda

Lady Gaga is joining the wine business! She is taking her love of crisp whites to the next level by launching her own brand, Grigio Girls.

Eater reports that Gaga’s love for wine is well-known; she’s even mentioned it in her “Telephone” song. Now, she has announced that she’s going to be naming her new brand “Grigio Girls,” after a bonus track on her 2016 album, “Joanne.”

According to TMZ, that song was inspired by Gaga’s friend Sonja, who has cancer. She sings about how she and her friends would gather, drink wine and cry for Sonja. It only makes sense, then, that this would be Gaga’s next venture.

There hasn’t been an exact answer about what drinks will be offered, or when, but the paperwork has been filed to produce wine, wine coolers, wine cocktails and punches. My guess is that they’re all white wine-based, since that’s what Gaga seems to favor.

It’s probably also safe to assume that the wine will be available at Joanne Trattoria, her family’s Manhattan restaurant. In case you don’t remember, Gaga and her father collaborated to produce an Italian cookbook inspired by said restaurant. So, knowing that she’s a foodie, we should have seen this coming. What foodie doesn’t also love wine? They pair so well together.

It’s time to keep our eyes and ears peeled for when this new wine brand will hit the shelves! The rest of us wine lovers need to know. How much will the wine cost? What will it pair with? If I get her cookbook and try pairing her new Pinot Grigio with Joanne’s meatballs, how will that go?

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So many questions! I know she’s been busy performing at Super Bowls and whatnot, but let’s get this going. Gaga fans and winos alike will be waiting for it to be released. Who knows? Maybe a new cookbook will surface and feature delicious wine pairings. We can hope, can’t we?

Sources: Eater, TMZ / Photo Credit: Oyster Bah/Instagram

Tags: Grigio Girls, Lady Gaga, Pinot Grigio, white wine
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