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.”
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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