Get Drunk AF With Lady Gaga’s ‘Grigio Girls’ Wine Coolers

Lady Gaga Launching 'Grigio Girls' Wine Coolers
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If Lady Gaga’s epic Super Bowl Halftime Show performance still has you reaching for a drink every time you think about her jumping off the side of that stadium, we’ve got some good news for you—and something to calm those nerves. Ms. Gaga is launching her own brand of wine.

In homage to the track “Grigio Girls,” a bonus song on 2016’s “Joanne” album, Gaga submitted the paperwork under the same name as the song. She is reportedly launching several wine products including wine coolers, cocktails, and punches, as well as wine—Pinot Grigio, we can assume.

Yes, of course she was born this way—wine, you could say, is in her blood. Lady Gaga’s parents are likely the source of her love for wine—they own an Italian restaurant in New York, replete with a healthy wine selection. This isn’t a new interest for the pop singer, she spent time in Sonoma County, Calif., back in 2012, even eyeing up vineyard real estate at the time.

“Gaga is really into her food and wine,” a source told the Sun. “When she isn’t on tour she is cooking and drinking the most expensive bottles she can get her hands on.”

The “Grigio Girls” song was homage to one of Gaga’s closest friend’s who is currently battling cancer.

“I wrote a song about how me and all of our girlfriends would get together and cry without her when she’s not around because we love her so much and we just want to be strong with her,” Gaga said last year.

Now if she really wanted to turn some heads, she’d teach us all the trick to keeping a good poker face.

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Jill Ettinger

Jill Ettinger is a Los Angeles-based journalist and editor focused on the global food system and how it intersects with our cultural traditions, diet preferences, health, and politics. She is the senior editor for sister websites and, and works as a research associate and editor with the Cornucopia Institute, the organic industry watchdog group. Jill has been featured in The Huffington Post, MTV, Reality Sandwich, and Eat Drink Better.