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Sip, sip, hooray! It’s wine time. Bachelor alums have jumped into the wine business for obvious and well-paired reasons. Many have partnered with wine makers and distributors to create their own labels of wine, mainly featuring rosé – for obvious reasons of a lovely play on words – bottled and canned. Huzzah! Might as well try a few new wines.

Seagram’s Tropical Rosé by Chris Harrison

Seagram’s Escapes partnered with Chris Harrison to create a canned Tropical Rosé with natural passion fruit and dragon fruit flavors, with a picture of Chris Harrison prominently displayed on the label. It’s also only 100 calories. The perfect pairing to a Monday night of Bachelor viewing or a night of Roses & Rosé recaps by Lauren Zima.

Cost: Available at most stores – price varies

Type: Canned Rosé

Spade & Sparrows by Kaitlyn Bristowe

Spade & Sparrow is Kaitlyn Bristowe’s love affair with wine in a bottle. It’s crisp and clean and offers a wine club! I can only assume the “sparrows” in the name refers to her iconic sparrow tattoos above both of her elbows, but I don’t know for sure.

Cost: $19.98

Types: Rosé, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir

65 Roses by Colton Underwood

Colton Underwood rolled out his very own wine a couple years back. Every purchase helps support Colton’s charity – The Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation – which empowers and inspires people living with cystic fibrosis.

Cost: $28.99

Type: Rosé

Sip, sip, hooray! Enjoy these wines in the corona times. Know of any Bachelor wines that I’m missing or should include? Leave a comment! And I’ll make it my personal mission to try it, because that’s just the kinda gal I am. Cheers! Stay safe and sip well!