After the last two years of repeating the same routine, being stuck at home, and hosting the same wine Wednesdays, isn’t it finally time to get out there and try something new?!
Well, get ready… Taco Bell has some good news coming your way!
This year, choose to celebrate National Wine Day with Taco Bell!
Taco Bell wants to ensure that this year’s national wine day is one to remember!
This May, Taco Bell will be celebrating national wine day through offering a NEW taco combo at all locations for a limited time only.
This year national wine day falls on Wednesday, May 25th, giving you just enough time to mark your calendars for the special national wine Wednesday celebration!
With Taco Bell’s new ‘Wine Flavored Shell Tacos Combo’, you will get one beef taco with a red wine flavored shell, one fish taco with a white wine flavored shell, and one chicken taco with a rosé flavored shell. All of which are available for just $5.59!
For those who enjoy their wine Wednesdays at home with your favorite wine and a nice charcuterie board, Taco Bell’s new combo adds as the perfect pairing!
Here are the ingredients you’ll need:
Olives/ nuts/ fruits
Taco Bell’s new ‘Wine Flavored Shell Taco Combos’
Here is how to create the perfect charcuterie board with Taco Bell’s new combo:
1. Pour yourself a glass of wine… because cheers! It’s National Wine Day!
2. Grab a medium – large sized square board
3. Place some smaller dishes along the board and fill with your olives / nuts / fruits
4. Place your various cheeses on the board
5. With the remaining space, nicely place your Taco Bell ‘Wine Flavored Shell Taco Combos’ on the board!
Now that you know how easy it is to switch up your routine and create something new, it’s time to gather your friends, clear your schedules, pour yourself a glass of your favorite wine, and stop by Taco Bell to grab our limited time only, ‘Wine Flavored Shell Tacos Combo’ to celebrate National Wine Day!
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