Management is supposed to treat you with dignity and respect at all times, and vice-versa. If I was in your shoes I would just smile, nod and take note of when and where the incident occured in case you need ammunition in the future.
Grievances are for situations when going to management is impractical or proves fruitless. You probably could've solved this problem by respectfully requesting that your supervisor treat you as they wish to be treated. Grievances should be reserved for things like: when supervisors are working, when you have been unjustly disciplined, when somebody screws up the hours on your check, when somebody orders you to violate a safety regulation or if you feel as if you are working excessive overtime.
If management yells at you or insults you, do not get into a **** measuring contest with them because you will bring a world of **** down upon yourself. Let your business agents and shop stewards do the cursing and screaming.
As long as you have good attendence, follow your HABITS and work as directed you're pretty close to bulletproof whether or not management dislikes you.
You work for a great company with great people, so don't let anything anybody says get you down. (It's the people who run the place that suck, not us)