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Bravo Launches A Line Of ‘Real Housewives’ Wine!

Bravo is launching a wine collection inspired by the Real Housewives franchise and the addition of the new series, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.

Bravo teamed up with Nocking Point Wines to launch their first-ever line of wine called The Real Housewives Wines, which includes white wine, red wine, and a rosé option, and are available to purchase online at Check out the official press release below!

The Following Information Is Courtesy via Bravo's Official Press Release

Mazel! Bravo announces the launch of the first ever “The Real Housewives Wines” in partnership with Nocking Point Wines and in celebration of the newest addition to one of the most-talked about franchises, “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” premiering November 11 at 10pm ET/PT. Available for purchase starting today at, Bravo superfans will have the opportunity to taste “The Real Housewives” inspired blends, which includes a trio of wines: The Real HouseWhite, The Real HouseRed and The Real HouseRosé. From Orange County to Atlanta, New York City and everywhere in between, these wines will be perfectly paired with binging Bravo and watching iconic Housewives moments unfold.

“We are excited to partner with Nocking Point for this special limited edition collaboration that will allow Bravo superfans to immerse themselves in the Bravo universe, engaging with us both on-screen and off,” said Maria Laino DeLuca, Senior Vice President, Consumer and Social Marketing, Bravo and Universal Kids.  “This pairing celebrates the series and offers an escape in a year when we may not be able to engage with each other face-to-face.”

The Real Housewives Wines include:

The Real HouseRed
2017 Red Blend: 80% Merlot, 15% Cab Sauv, 5% Syrah: Dark fruits (plums, huckleberries) combined with high-cacao chocolate. Wahluke Slope and Columbia Valley in Washington State.

The Real HouseWhite
2019 Sauv Blanc: 100% Sauvignon Blanc: Bright, dry and crisp. Oystershell and passionfruit with light acidity. Yakima Valley.

The Real HouseRosé
2019 Rosé: 70% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre: Rich color with fresh mountain strawberries and refreshing acidity. Summer in a glass. Walla Walla, Columbia Valley and Wahluke Slope.

Photo Credit: Nocking Point Wines