This season of The Bachelorette has truly been a disaster but we would expect nothing more from the year 2020. From Clare leaving with hot Dale—and sniffing his pants on national television—to Harvard alumni Bennett crumbling when faced with a fifth-grade math problem. We’ve seen it all.
Each episode is more horrifying and uncomfortable than the last, which is why we’ve turned to heavy drinking to get through Tuesday nights.
This week, the 2019 Pinot Gris from Singletree Winery in B.C. eased the vicarious embarrassment we felt while watching the men sweat and stumble through lie detector tests.
Singletree Winery is a 12-acre family owned and operated vineyard located in Mt. Lehman, Abbotsford. The warm summers and mild winters of the Fraser Valley make Abbotsford an ideal place to grow wine grapes.
Singletree’s Pinot Gris is a blend of grapes from its vineyard in the Fraser Valley and its Naramata Bench vineyard in the Okanagan. With tropical flavours of pineapple, mango, and lime, the entire bottle of the crisp and refreshing white wine will be empty in no time.
It will provide you with the perfect buzz, helping you better tolerate Tayshia’s steamy hot tub scenes that her own parents are likely watching.
Even if you aren’t nine episodes deep into her “love” story, the 12 percent ABV Pinot Gris also pairs well with Grey’s Anatomy and Cuomo Prime Time.
Singletree sells the palate-pleasing white wine through its website for $17.30 but it can also be purchased at local wine stores.
The goal of the passionate team and winemakers at Singletree Winery is to share their aromatic, crisp, and juicy wines with oenophiles all over the world. Picturesque bundles of the vineyard’s deep red and bright green grapes can be found on Singletree winery’s Instagram.