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  • Taco Bell’s jalapeño wine serves adventure-seekers
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Taco Bell’s jalapeño wine serves adventure-seekers

When travel restrictions make adventures hard to come by and people seek excitement elsewhere, novelty food that embraces the unexpected can give your taste buds an exciting experience. Taco Bell has announced the introduction of 'Jalapeño Noir' red wine to its menu.

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