Criminal Minds fans, SSA David Rossi is officially entering the food and beverage business.

In a post uploaded on Instagram on June 27, actor Joe Mantegna announced that he is dipping his feet into a new industry outside of Hollywood. As he sat on a white sofa chair while holding a glass, he revealed that he is now the co-owner of the family-owned drink company Señor Rio Tequila. What's more, he shared that his followers can already buy various offerings from the line Total Wines, Spirits and More's website.

"Made from 100% pure agave, Señor Rio is a smooth and pure tasting tequila made from a family recipe passed down for 3 generations," he captioned the picture. "Available exclusively at Total Wines and More ... Respect the Rio!"

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When fans learned the Emmy Award nominee was expanding his business horizons to include a new venture, they were ecstatic for him. This led many to go to the comments section and celebrate with Joe.

'Señor Rio Tequila Blanco'

'Señor Rio Tequila Blanco'

'Señor Rio Tequila Blanco'

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"How neat ❤️❤️❤️," one person wrote on Instagram while referencing the way Joe seemingly prefers to imbibe his drink of choice. "Congratulations Joe!" another chimed in. "Please tell me that that this will come to the U.K. @joemantegna. Huge congrats," a different follower asked.

While The Simpsons voice actor disclosed that Señor Rio Tequila can be found for purchase on one site, it looks like folks can also grab their own bottle from Drizly. As for some of the details behind Joe's new partnership, the company's Instagram shared that one dollar sold from every bottle will go toward the We Care Foundation in order to help families raising children with disabilities.

Aside from Joe's business dealings, fans can expect to see him back onscreen in the upcoming Criminal Minds: Evolution season 2. Who knows, maybe his drink will make an appearance in the BAU ...

From: Good Housekeeping US
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