Lady GaGa is to release a new range of wine.

Representatives for the 31-year-old singer have filed documents for the rights to white and red wines, Joanne Trattoria Vino Blanco and Joanne Trattoria Vino Rossa, named after the 'Born This Way' hitmaker's late aunt.

According to The Blast, the documents state the two names are for ''wine, prepared wine cocktails, wine coolers, wine punches and prepared alcoholic cocktails.''

It won't be the first thing named after Gaga's aunt as her father Joe Germanotta owns an Italian restaurant in New York City called Joanne Trattoria which the star has been known to frequent on many an occasion.

In February, Gaga - whose real moniker is Stefani Germanotta - filed paperwork to produce wine, wine coolers, wine cocktails and wine punches with the name Grigio Girls.

The proposed beverage brand shares its name with a bonus track from Gaga's 2016 album 'Joanne', and was inspired by the star's cancer-stricken friend Sonja Durham and how the pop star used to get together with her pals, open a bottle of wine and cry for their buddy.

Sadly, Sonja, who was also Gaga's former assistant, lost her battle with cancer in May.

Following her death, the 'Million Reasons' hitmaker paid tribute to her pal.

She wrote on Instagram: ''Watching one of my best friends in the world show unfathomable courage, strength, and positivity while battling cancer has really changed my life. Thank you Sonja for inspiring me and all of us everyday with your joy. I love you so much it brings tears to my eyes just to think of all the years we've spent together backstage running the show, taking care of each other. You are one of a kind. I'm so proud of you. And you and Andre, your unbreakable beautiful love is what life is all about. You can see it in this photo. Wanted to share this with the world and show them what true beauty looks like. #grigiogirls #sonjadurham @sonjad7777 I love you girl. I love you so much. (sic)''