Yes way rosé! In a move that we all probably should have seen coming, ABC's hit show "The Bachelor" is launching it's own line of wines... including, yes, rosé.
The show first teased fans late last week, implying that a wine line was on the horizon. On Tuesday, Dec. 6, things became official.
The Bachelor Wines offer three grape varietals with names that tie into the show's popular features: a Cabernet Sauvignon, dubbed "The Fantasy Suite," a Chardonnay dubbed "One on One," and a Rosé called "The Final Rosé."
"We are thrilled to bring fans of The Bachelor a suite of wines that are the perfect complement to watching the series," Howard Jackowitz, Co-Founder of Wines That Rock, said in a statement. "The goal was to capture the excitement and spontaneity of the show, and the incredible passion the viewers have for The Bachelor."
On Tuesday, the line began using social media to get the word out about the grapes.
"Before Nick Viall starts his journey to find love, you can pre-order any (or all) of our three varietals #winetime," a tweet said, linking to a page to purchase the wine.
All three wines are available online for $15.96.
"These amazing wines were created to capture the excitement, romance and incredible passion viewers have for THE BACHELOR AND THE BACHELORETTE," it says on the website. "Our dramatic collection of wines were crafted to take you on your own romantic journey as you experience every moment of love, every moment of heartbreak that is THE BACHELOR."
The wine's Instagram page shared an image of former "Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher drinking a white wine.
It's caption said, "It's common etiquette that the proper way to watch The Bachelor or The Bachelorette is accompanied by a large chalice of wine, getting progressively tipsier with the contestants until you're crying right along with them in the back of that limo."
Looks like this season, fans will not only be buzzing after the show, but they'll also be buzzed during the show.
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