It’s the product of the rich and extra. Grey Poupon has always been considered one of the “fancier” grocery store mustards, but what if it was used to make wine? Yes, Grey Poupon now has a wine for you fancy folks to enjoy.
Grey Poupon has introduced La Moutarde Vin, a white wine infused with seeds of the company’s famous mustard. La Moutarde Vin is a celebration of the white wine used in the beloved condiment’s one-of-a-kind Dijon recipe, in contrast to the majority of Dijon mustards that use vinegar.
The white wine is a full-bodied Viognier 2020 and has bright hints of spice and pronounced citrus and floral characteristics, balanced by vibrant acidity.
Grey Poupon suggests serving the wine chilled and pairing it with a Croque monsieur, Dijon maple-glazed salmon, or a beautiful meat and cheese charcuterie board and of course, Grey Poupon.
You can grab a bottle of La Moutarde Vin with an 8oz. jar of Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard for $30 while supplies last by visiting GreyPouponWine.com.