The White House is reportedly planning to start selling its wine tumbles, the wine glasses that hold more than one bottle of wine, at a price that could be a few hundred dollars more than the $100-a-bottle price it currently sells them for.
The wine tumbling has become so popular, it’s already become a staple in the White House, where the president often keeps wine in his private residence.
And it’s been so popular that there’s now a “tumbler” for each bottle.
The price of the new wine glasses has been rumored to be between $150 and $200.
But some experts are saying the price of these new wine containers could be up to $100, according to Axios.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A White House spokeswoman said the price has not yet been determined, and that the president is focused on meeting his “tourist goal of having visitors come to the White Houses, and then to the vineyards.”
“We will have an announcement as soon as we have it, but we are very excited to be selling these wine tumbs and getting people excited about the new tumblings,” the spokeswoman said.
“And I don’t think they’ll last much longer than that.”
In an interview with ABC News, Trump’s former press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, said that the White Hill’s new tumbles are “more than just an economic booster for the White house.”
“It’s more of a marketing tool,” Grishams said.
The new tumbs are also “a way to say, ‘We are going to make you proud of who we are.
The tumbls will come in a variety of colors and have a logo printed on the back that reads, “This tumb is for your wine.””
We want people to see that.”
The tumbls will come in a variety of colors and have a logo printed on the back that reads, “This tumb is for your wine.”
The $100 price tag could be just a rounding error, but experts say it could be significant.
The tumblings are expected to cost between $50 and $100.
The White Hill Vineyard, which supplies the wine, will reportedly begin charging the tumblets from March 16, and the wine will only be available for two months, after which they will be gone.