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Gals, let’s be honest here: who doesn’t love a good glass of wine after a long day’s work? But here’s the problem with popping open a bottle on say, a Wednesday evening — it’s way too easy to have more than just a glass. Before you know it, you’re wondering why you can’t seem to keep wine in the house. Why does that sweet nectar have to taste so damn good?

Luckily for Americans, someone has finally found a solution to this age-old problem. E! personality and reality star Giuliana Rancic has gone and created single serving, shatter-proof cups that come in packs of four, and are so cute that we wouldn’t even pour them into real glasses. In fact, we can easily see ourselves throwing a dinner party for three of our closet girlfriends, gifting these nifty cups come the holiday, or stashing one or two in our purses for that next picnic (hey, summer WILL be here again soon enough). If we could get our hands on them.

Sadly, there are no current plans for the line, XO, G, to launch in Canada when it hits Walmart stores across the U.S. on Nov. 3. So the only way to grab one of the “bottles” for now is to take a little trip across the border, or write lots of angry letters.

Rancic is clearly a wine girl herself, so maybe she’ll understand why we want to get our hands on some XO, G asap.

“The most important part is the quality of the wine,” Rancic explained to E! News ahead of the launch. “In everything I do, I want it to look fabulous, but the quality must be there. My name is on it and people trust me to recommend something that will give them great value.”

The line is small, for now, and includes a French Rose, French Pinot Noir and an Italian Pinot Grigio that speaks to Rancic’s heritage. The personality is planning on unveiling more varietals from the California region in the new year.

Maybe then they’ll come to Canada.