Japan is the first country to open a market for online, branded Japanese-style riesling.
Market researcher Mitsuo Sugiyama announced that a brand named “Tokyo Riesling” would be launching on Monday in Tokyo.
Sugiyada said the company has yet to announce pricing but that the rieslings will sell for ¥4,500 ($45).
The food will be sold through an app called “Tokya Rieslings” and will be served at restaurants.
Mitsuo says the restaurant will be open Monday-Friday.
A number of riesls, including the famous Toto brand, will be available at the restaurant.
According to Sugiyaga, the Tokyo Riesls will offer riesl-like dishes from around the world.
The restaurant will offer a range of Japanese dishes, including fried rice, beef, pork, and chicken.
A selection of imported Japanese cuisine, including sushi, is also being offered.
Sugiyama also said the app will be able to help consumers navigate the riezens, which are sold as premium items in the Japanese market.
He said the market is expected to generate $10 million ($2.6 million) a year.