BRANDI GLANVILLE GOES 'BROWN BAG WINE TASTING'
RHOBH Brandi Glanville & William Shatner Describing Wine in Sexy Terms-- PLUS Brandi Dishes on Sex(tapes), Relationships & Housewives Gossip and Rumors
Brandi Glanville On Brown Bag Wine Tasting
‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Brandi Glanville joins William Shatner for a glass of secret “orgasmic” wine and describes wine in sexy terms on the newest episode of Brown Bag Wine Tasting. Plus- she talks about sex (A LOT!), divorce, relationships (breaking up with her ex via text on the way to filming this because he was annoying her), winemaking, all the gossip on her fellow housewives AND A SEX TAPE?!
"I am the middle the child... so I was a little mischievous from the get-go because I wanted the attention from my parents," she admitted during the interview. "So I would do things that would cause a little drama and it just stuck with me."
In addition to recalling her childhood, Brandi also talked about her divorce from her then husband, Eddie Cibrian. "He had extra girlfriends, I guess you could say," she says. "He had some ladies on the side."
She adds it took her a while to recover from the split. "It took me about a year to figure out it had nothing to do with me, but it took a while," she says. "But it made me a better person to go through that and to figure out it had nothing to do with me."
"It's almost like a death," Brandi added. "You mourn. You die a little bit. Who you were as a wife and mother, it dies and you're no longer that person."
Shatner then passed Brandi a brown bag with wine inside and asked her to describe it in sexy terms. With the second sip of wine Brandi described it as “I’m emotional, I’m passionate, but I’m feeling like I want to do something really wrong, like a little bit naughty.” The secret orgasmic wine the two shared was a 2012 Ehlers Estate Merlot Napa Valley which Brandi scored it a 96 out of 95, because it's 69 turned around. It must have been really good!
The new Ora TV web series Brown Bag Wine Tasting follows Shatner’s adventures as he asks willing participants to blindly taste wine and describe it in terms of their occupations, with the goal of making the show fun, interactive and a social experience. The series was created out of Shatner’s love of wine and conversation, as well as wanting to have a fun wine tasting experience in an entertaining format. "I'm using wine as a way to explore the psyche of each of my guests," William Shatner, the legendary Star Trek captain explains. The original series is executive produced by Shatner and Scott Sternberg who will continue in his role as the series expands with Ora TV with the addition of Ora TV executive producer Jason Rovou.