There's a wine glass that holds an entire bottle of wine - yes, really 9 months ago

There's a wine glass that holds an entire bottle of wine - yes, really

This could come in handy.

Many of us are fond of a little wine from time to time, whether it be red, white or rosé - even if it's just a glass to unwind after a busy week.

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Honestly though, we'd be lying if we said one glass had never turned into a full bottle.

Now, people have discovered a wine glass that holds an entire bottle of wine. And while we're not suggesting it's a great idea to polish off a bottle of vino yourself on a regular basis - we have to admit, it's pretty impressive.

TikTok user Greg Oreo shared a video of himself showing off the interesting item, which was gifted to him by friends.

“My friends bought me a wine glass that’s supposed to hold a whole bottle of wine… let’s see if it works," he captioned the video, before beginning to pour his white wine.

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He then showed viewers his shocked reaction when the entire 70cl bottle did indeed fit neatly into the glass.

@gregoreo2 lets see how this goes ?#DisneyPlusVoices #wine #winetok #drink #houston #encanto #moscato #lgbt #foodtok @alexischapa22 @jasongonzalez370 ♬ original sound - greg oreo

The video has since racked up 6.6 million views and over 482,000 likes.

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People rushed to the comments in awe of what they had just witnessed.

“I need this glass in my life," one person said.

"Me when I say I'm only having one glass," another wrote.

"I believe that is called a bowl," a third added.

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Others demanded to know where the glass came from so they could purchase one immediately.

Although Greg never did reveal where his friends got the glass, we've found a pretty similar one here.

If you've been watching Netflix's The Woman in the House Across From the Girl in the Window, you'll know that the main character Anna (Kristen Bell) is a fan of the same type of wine glass that can be filled to the brim with a full bottle.

While these scenes may have just been a cinema trick - we now know it's actually possible to do!