Trader Joe's New Dip Combines Toscano Cheese And Syrah Wine

While Trader Joe's isn't planning to start delivering groceries to its customers' doorsteps anytime soon, the beloved brand is releasing plenty of new and exclusive eats to entice shoppers out of their houses and into its grocery stores. As Kitchn reported in October, the private-label-focused grocer got into the autumn spirit by releasing cinnamon-infused sugar bread and pumpkin-spice-flavored hummus. Now, as we enter the beginning of November and the holiday season, Instagrammer Trader Joe's List reports the iconic brand has released a new (and cheesy) product just in time for Thanksgiving. But although this item just recently appeared in the store's dairy aisle, long-time Trader Joe's fans may find its flavor familiar.

Frequent Trader Joe's shoppers probably already add Syrah-soaked Toscano cheese to their weekly shopping list (per Trader Joe's). And now the company has transformed the product that Pure Wow deemed one of the grocer's 10 Best Cheeses into a party-perfect dip.

Trader Joe's new Syrah soaked Toscano cheese dip is only available for a limited time

Cheese and wine have long been considered a flavor match made in heaven. Luckily, Trader Joe's cut out half of the work by producing a silky parmesan and cheddar-inspired cheese doused in the plum and blackberry taste of Syrah wine. And Trader Joe's List reports that these flavors perfectly translate into the brand's new Syrah Soaked Toscano Cheese Spread and Dip.

According to the Instagrammer, you can grab this wine-drenched cheese variety at your local Trader Joe's for $4.99. As the grocery store's online listing for the product notes, Syrah Soaked Toscano Cheese Spread and Dip comes in a 7.5 oz package and offers 90 calories for every 2-tablespoon serving.

Unfortunately, Trader Joe's reports this spreadable cheese won't be on its shelves for long. The product seem to be getting a spread makeover in honor of the holidays. While the company has not disclosed when it will pull the dips from its shelves, we doubt they'll still be available after you open your gifts on Christmas morning.