Finally! An Excuse to Get Drunk with Your Pets

‘Cause then you’re not technically drinking alone.

Here at Bravo, we are no strangers to wine. Whether Ramona Singer is throwing it at Kristen Taekman in a canoe, or Lisa Rinna is throwing it at Kim Richards in Amsterdam, or Tamra Judge is throwing it at Jeana Keough in the wine toss heard ‘round the world—we’d argue that there is no beverage more culturally important.

The geniuses at Apollo Peak appear to agree. The tagline of their new wine asks, “Why drink alone?” (Clearly they have been spying on us as we down a bottle of Chianti while marathoning Shahs of Sunset in our yoga pants.) But instead of encouraging us to go out and make some human friends, they’ve come up with a much, much better solution: wine for our pets.

Their first offerings were the cat-specific Pinot Meow and MosCATo blends. Rest assured, the all-natural wines have no alcohol so they’re perfectly safe for your furry friend. Instead, they’re made with beets and natural preservatives for color and taste. But what truly makes them the cat equivalents of wine is their infusion of cat nip. Apollo Peak claims that smelling cat nip makes kitties go nuts, but actually ingesting it helps mellow them out.

After undoubtedly receiving pushback from dog lovers demanding equal opportunity to drink with their pets, Apollo Peak decided to release the dog wines ZinfanTail and CharDOGnay. These herb-based concoctions promise “a natural relaxant” for your fancy pup, along with other benefits like aiding digestion and even treating bad breath.

We have not tested these claims with a fur-mmelier. But considering they start at $4.95 for a “single tasting,” these wines are a small price to treat your pets to the lush life. Just make sure you don’t get mad and toss it in their face.

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