DENVER — Fans of ABC’s The Bachelor can now drink wine for a good cause, thanks to the show’s current leading man.

Colorado native Colton Underwood has teamed up with Carboy Winery of Littleton to release “65 Roses Rosé.”

A portion of every bottle purchase will go to the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation. The non-profit organization helps those living with cystic fibrosis by funding research and providing equipment for those that need it.

According to the non-profit's site, the name of the wine was inspired by a young cystic fibrosis patient who, upon hearing the name of the disease for the first time, pronounced it “65 Roses.”

We at Carboy Winery were honored to produce the 65 Roses Rosé wine for Colton Underwood and his foundation in support people living with cystic fibrosis. Read more about the wine and their mission....

The Legacy Foundation has given more than $100,000 worth of donations to patients, clinics and research organizations since the foundation’s founding in 2015.

A bottle of the rosé costs $28.99 and can be purchased online through the Legacy Foundation’s website.

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