By now, you've probably heard that Prince Harry had a bit of a wild weekend in Vegas this August. You've also probably heard that some naked photos have surfaced from the VIP after-party that he held in his suite. We're betting, however, that when Prince Harry let his freak flag fly, he didn't expect it to be commemorated by a bottle of rosé.
Thanks to English merchant Sheldon's Wines, that is exactly what's happening. Allow us to introduce "Royal Blush," a 2011 French rosé, which bears artist Dan Lacey's painting of Prince Harry making a bare-buttocked trick shot on a billiard table as its label.
No, seriously -- don't say we didn't warn you.
Shop owner Peter Creek told The Cotswald Journal, “Customers seem to love it and it has been flying off the shelves – our rosé sales are up by 200 percent.”