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For three years, fans of “The Real Housewives of New York City” have been asking Ramona Singer, “what is your favorite Pinot Grigio?”. Though it may have come across as coy, Ramona was always hesitant to answer — because the truth was, she jumped from brand to brand, trying to find the Pinot Grigio she liked the best. Finally — with the help of Opici Wines — she found her favorite. She liked it so much, in fact, she decided to put her name on it: Ramona Singer Pinot Grigio. Ramona Singer Pinot Grigio is made from 100% Pinot Grigio grown in the picturesque, hilly Veneto region of Italy — the home of Romeo and Juliet, gorgeous Lake Garda, and distinctive wines that pair with the legendary local cuisine. The wine's label was designed by Ramona herself, as she put to good use her creativity and eye for fashion. The wine is arriving in the USA in early February, just in time for the new season of Real Housewives of New York City. In the meantime, it can be pre-ordered for delivery in 35 states.
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"Boom! Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans may now officially start foaming at the mouth: Sarah Michelle Gellar is coming back to TV, and she's ready to kick some ass again. Vulture has learned that CBS just gave a pilot greenlight to Ringer, an hourlong thriller that will star the ex-Slayer as a troubled young lass on the run from the mob. She assumes the life of her wealthy twin sister, only to find out that said sibling has a bounty on her head as well. If we're understanding this right, SMG will actually get to play both roles, which could be all sorts of fun. Ringer is from Supernatural writers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder; Gellar will serve as a co-executive producer on the project, which is being produced by ABC Television Studios and CBS Television Studios. It's Gellar's first TV show since Buffy left the air in 2003. She had been attached to an HBO project that didn't work out and has mostly been focusing on features in recent years."