It certainly isn’t, Morgan. The situation you describe could be dangerous to your kitten for multiple reasons. First, the broken glass can present a physical hazard, as your kitten could get cut by the shards or suffer damage to her mouth and gastrointestinal tract if fragments are ingested. Second, the alcohol content of the wine could intoxicate your kitten, resulting in vomiting, diarrhea, incoordination, central nervous system depression, tremors, difficulty breathing, metabolic imbalances and coma. Death from respiratory failure could even occur if large enough quantities are consumed. Because of these risks, we would advise moving your wine bottles to a secure location where your kitten cannot gain access to them.