Brandi Glanville is becoming quite the entrepreneur. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star turned author is set to launch her very own wine line, and she wants you to help her name it. According to a post on Thursday’s Bravo TV blog The Dish, Glanville has petitioned her fans – via her favorite social media method, Twitter – to help her come up with a name for her new label.
The Drinking & Dating author tweeted, “I need your help I can't think of a name for my wine its a Chardonnay coming out very soon and I cannot come up with anything I love!”
Glanville’s loyal fans have come up with suggestions like Brandonnay, Glamville, and even JakeMason, after the star’s two young sons with ex-husband Eddie Cibrian. One creative fan even referenced the 1970s Looking Glass song “Brandy, You’re Fine Girl” by suggesting “Brandi, You’re a Wine Girl.”
While fellow “Real Housewives” stars Ramona Singer, Tamra Barney, Bethenny Frankel, Vicki Gunvalson, and Lisa Vanderpump have all launched wine labels in the past, Glanville seems to be especially passionate about the project. She’s always been vocal about her love for wine, and she even shared a bottle -- from the bottle—with her mom, Judith, on an episode of “RHOBH” last season.
During a recent interview on pal Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live,” the 41-year-old former model said her wine is being developed by the same people who developed the Skinny Girl franchise.
According to Reality Tea, Glanville dished on her own ideas for potential names, saying, “We’re kind of on the fence of ‘Unfiltered’ because we love the podcast and everyone kind of says that when they think of me. But at the same time when I see unfiltered on a wine bottle I’m thinking like grey and milky. I liked ‘STFU & Drink’ but the distributors said no.”
The reality star also revealed that she’s developing a “Blunders Block” app to keep fans from doing regrettable stuff (like dialing and tweeting) when they’re drinking.
“After your second glass of wine, you can open the app and block phone numbers for up to 12 hours” she explained. “They disappear from your phone.” The proactive app will also allow users to block social media accounts for up to 12 hours.
Last month, Radar Online confirmed that Glanville will be back for the fifth season of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” which is set to debut later this year.