The Cenosilicaphobiac Cat is the name of a wine.
Here’s the story of that wine presented to us by the consistently wonderful d’Arenberg:
Growing up, fourth generation winemaker, Chester Osborn, had a large ginger cat with blood shot eyes named Non Alcoholic Booze. In typical Australian fashion this was shortened to Booze after he was caught cleaning up a small red wine spill with his tongue. He developed quite a taste for red after that, but was denied access to his new found love by the concerned Osborn family. Consequently Non Alcoholic Booze lived a frustrated life, because despite his nickname, he suffered a monumental case of Cenosilicaphobia (the fear of an empty glass).
To state the obvious, the best way to conquer this phobia is to never have an empty glass.