SHIB holders wanting to sip on some red wine as they meticulously track the Shiba Inu price can now do so for a Shiba Inu bottle after one American wine seller created a bottle of Shiba Inu wine.
Created by Mano’s Wine, this bottle of Californian Sauvignon features an etched version of the Shiba Inu logo.
As more drinks-based SHIB products launch, such as Shiba Inu coffee, let’s take a look at this Shiba Inu wine.
Shiba Inu Wine Bottle
Available for $24.95 plus shipping, the Shiba Inu Token Etched Wine is a bottle of Californian Cabernet Sauvignon, described as Full Bodied and a “Dry Red with a smooth finish.”
The bottle features a golden, etched logo of Shiba Inu, alongside the words ‘Shiba Inu’ featured at the bottom.
Mano’s also described their wine as:
Deep-etched & hand-painted on a bottle of wine, this unique gift can be used to gift to your crypto currency-loving friend, family member, or significant other.
The company also clarified it does not include any actual cryptocurrency.
Those outside of the US may be slightly disappointed, as Mano’s only ships its wine to the US. Some states in the US, including Utah, Kentucky, Alaska and Alabama, are also unable to receive the Shiba wine.
It also seems that prospective buyers are unable to use cryptocurrency or Shiba Inu to purchase a bottle of wine.
While the wine is Shiba Inu-inspired, it doesn’t seem to have any connection to the token aside from the design. SHIB Superstore’s Shiba Inu Beer, for example, contributes towards SHIB burns, as do other SHIB-related products. Instead, it is more similar to the Crypto Cafe that sells Shiba Inu toast.
Mano’s Wine also offers several other etched cryptocurrency wine bottles. These include Ethereum, XRP, Dogecoin, Litecoin, and Bitcoin.