Bachelor star Colton Underwood is handing out more than roses this season — this month, he launched a rosé for a good cause.

Underwood, a former football linebacker and current Bachelor 23, teamed up with Carboy Winery of Littleton, Colo. to release 65 Roses Rosé through the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation, a non-profit funding research for those fighting cystic fibrosis, 9 News, an NBC affiliate based in Denver reports. A portion of every purchase will go to the Legacy Foundation.

The name for the wine was inspired by a young cystic fibrosis patient who, when diagnosed, pronounced “cystic fibrosis” “65 roses.”

The wine is a rosé-style Vin Gris of Pinot Gris with a “subtle pink hue … lively acidity… and tones of sweet, ripe peach and nectarine … finishing refreshingly crisp yet delightfully silky,” according to the foundation website.

The rosé can be purchased online for $28.99 per bottle, and ships to most states.