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We tried 'The Bachelor' wine — and we'd give it our final rose

You're probably already watching "The Bachelor" through rosé-colored glasses, since it's incredibly painful to sit through an episode. Between the twists, tears and tantrums, it would be absolute torture without wine.

Have no fear, "The Bachelor" brand wines are here to save us from all the cringe-worthy moments. This is vertical marketing at its finest.

The wine comes in three varietals: The Fantasy Suite Cabernet Sauvignon (for more intimate nights), One on One Chardonnay (for lighter, more casual nights) and The Final Rose rosé (for intense, nail-biter kind of nights). At $15.96 a pop, this may just be the perfect love potion we've been looking for.

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According to their website, the "sensuous California wines" are made to "take you on your own romantic journey as you experience every moment of love, every moment of heartbreak that is 'The Bachelor.'" The wines are currently available for pre-order in 36 states and will ship on December 14 — just in time for the January 2 premiere of the next season with veteran Bachelor Nick Viall.

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We tried 'em — and here's what we thought:

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Lock yourself in a room with The Fantasy Suite Cabernet Sauvignon.

With its soft, round tannins, The Fantasy Suite Cabernet Sauvignon is what we would comfort ourselves with if we were crying uncontrollably in the back of the limo.

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Get to know someone over a glass of One on One Chardonnay.

The One on One is your typical Chardonnay. You know — buttery, baking spices. What you see is what you get. If Chardonnay is your thing, then you'll be a match made in heaven.

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The Final Rose rosé won't allow for elimination.

We thought The Final Rose rosé was going to be sweet, but it's clearly it's not here to make friends. It's very dry. It may not get our final rose, but we'd happily sip on it the first night to calm our nerves.

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One last note: It was a little hard putting the corks back on the bottles after tasting, but we think it's just because they're trying to teach us a lesson about commitment. If you're going to go on the show, open up your heart completely. If you're going to open this bottle, finish it in one sitting. Every Monday.

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