Grey Poupon wine now exists
Pretty sure I’m more ok with this development than I am with that Frosty cereal, honestly. No way in hell I’m plunking down the $30 it would take to buy a full bottle of the stuff, but if someone were to come up to me and say “sir, try a sip of this here,” I think I would. And there’s a chance I might not even hate it. A slim one, but it’s there.
The full-bodied wine is infused with Grey Poupon mustard seeds and uses Viognier grapes from southern France. Kraft Heinz added that the wine features “bright hints of spice and pronounced citrus” and “floral characteristics” making it ideal to pair with charcuterie boards, sandwiches or even Grey Poupon itself.
Yes, it’s a stunt wine — but it’s earning solid reviews. Trade publication The Drinks Business called La Moutarde “well structured and well-made,” adding that it would be a “fine match with most poultry dishes.”