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What Wine Goes Best with Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

What Wine Goes Best with Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

Reddit answers the question we've all been dying to know

Gary Vaynerchuk is super classy with his Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme.

If you've ever thought to yourself while munching on a Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme, "What wine would taste best with this delicious treat?," we'd think you were crazy. But apparently, you're not alone. Gary Vaynerchuk from Reddit takes on the age-old question and answers it for us: it's the 2009 Tanagra Syrah. And the syrah has to be from Chile. Why, he says? That big flower, black licorice, "purple Nerds candy," and baby back short ribs taste on the palate, but of course. (We also super appreciate the swig 'n spit into the Jets ice bucket). But hey, it works with the spicy meats and cheesiness of your favorite Taco Bell treat: "perfect harmony." But what goes best with Doritos Locos?

You'll never find a wine pairing video taken so seriously (or as hilarious) as this; give it a "tasty taste" and check him out below.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.


What wine pairs best with the Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme?

I'm an avid wine drinker, and for fun, I sometimes have a glass of wine when I try to Live Mas. I'll give you some pairing choices with some of their different menu items, then I'm going to bed.

Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme: Okay the key ingredients that dominate this food is the spice in the ground beef and the sour cream. You want something that will pair with the fat of the ground beef, sour cream, but it also needs to take in mind the crunchy corn tortilla. My recommendation here is a Old Vine Zinfandel or Shiraz/Syrah

Steak Dishes: Okay, a lot of the beef items, I'll recommend that. However, there are some steak items that should be addressed. Let's just pretend that we're talking good steak. Under that assumption, I'm going to recommend a Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's be serious, don't crack open the 1982 bottle, we're talking about a 2011 bottle of C.S.

My personal favorite, The Chicken Quesadilla: Let's not fuck around here, boys and girls. I do not recommend a white wine with the chicken dishes. Why? The fat content. Even if you're eating the dishes with the fresco option, you're still talking about fast food. So, my recommendation is Pinot Noir.

The last one we'll touch here is the Taco Salad: Just because I like to contradict myself, I'll recommend a chardonnay here. The sweetness of the chardonnay will pair nicely with the beans and meat.