16/05/2017
Chardognay.

Words by

Tara Smith

Every day we get one step closer to bridging the social divide between humans and our four-legged friends.

While dog puffer vests, friendship necklaces and Karen Walker pet accessories have become the norm, this company has found a new way to bond with your pet.

To ensure you never drink alone again, you can now buy dog and cat vino.

While it’s alcohol-free, the branding is enough to fool us. You can get your hands on magnificently-named Chardognay, Catbernet or Pinot Meow, which is enough for us to buy a case of each.

It’s completely safe, made from all-natural ingredients, and is just about the funniest thing we’ve discovered all week.

To top it all off, you can buy pet-friendly wine glasses to match. Because what pet actually drinks out of a bowl anymore?

Check it all out for yourself here.

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