As if Lady Gaga’s halftime show on Sunday wasn’t enough, the pop singer is proving she can really do it all as she plans to enter the wine industry and launch her own brand of wine called Grigio Girls.
According to TMZ, Gaga’s company filed paperwork to produce a line of wine, including wine coolers, wine cocktails, and wine punches.
The wine brand is named after the song “Grigio Girls” from the singer’s 2016 album, Joanne, which paid tribute to her friend Sonja Durham, who is battling stage 4 cancer.
“The song is about womanhood and sticking together and encouraging one another and teaching each other that it’s ok to cry together and need one another, and that we can’t do it alone,” Gaga said in a Radio.com interview in October.
Although Gaga may be new to the wine business, she dove headfirst into the culinary world last year when she wrote the foreword to her father’s cookbook, Joanne Trattoria Cookbook: Classic Recipes and Scenes from an Italian-American Restaurant.