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Hall Wines Is a Proud Participant of Upcoming Episode of ABC’s Hit Reality Series, The Bachelor

(Napa Valley, California – January 9, 2018) —HALL is a proud participant in an upcoming episode of ABC’s The Bachelor. The episode will feature a special one-on-one date with the newest Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr. and one of the lovely women vying for his heart as they spend the whole day at the spectacular HALL St. Helena Winery located in beautiful Napa Valley. The pair sampled HALL’s Platinum Collection wines during their visit and explored the historic Bergfeld building. This episode of The Bachelor, currently celebrating its 22nd season, is scheduled to air Monday, January 15th, 2018 at 8/7c, on ABC.

Six years ago, Arie Luyendyk Jr. was in love and a day away from proposing to the woman of his dreams. And then, she broke his heart. After a tearful exit on Emily Maynard’s (now Emily Maynard Johnson) season of ABC’s The Bachelorette, Arie stepped away from the spotlight of Bachelor Nation, retired from his career as an accomplished Formula 1 racer, and shifted gears to become a successful real estate broker in Scottsdale, Arizona. Even though he has been away from Bachelor Nation, America hasn’t forgotten Arie’s rugged good looks and charm. Now Arie, 36, is back and ready to race into America’s heart for a second shot at love, starring in the 22nd season of ABC’s hit romance reality series The Bachelor, on ABC, Mondays 8:00pm, ET/PT.

HALL WINES

Owned by Craig and Kathryn Hall, HALL produces critically acclaimed artisan Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, available to taste and buy at two properties in Napa Valley as well as at hallwines.com. Its vineyard collection features seven estate vineyards, of which five are California Certified Organic (CCOF). Acclaimed winemaker, Steve Leveque, crafts distinct Cabernet Sauvignon wines which demonstrate the unique characteristics and diversity of Napa Valley terroir. HALL’s wine portfolio includes four 100 point scores given by critic Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, for its 2013 Rainin Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, its 2013 Exzellenz Red Wine and its 2010 Exzellenz Red Wine, as well a 100 point score for 2014 Rainin Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon by critic Jeb Dunnuck. HALL also earned the #2 spot in Wine Spectator’s “Top 100” for its 2008 Kathryn Hall Cabernet Sauvignon. Since the first vintage in 2002, over 300 wines have earned 90 point scores and above from the industries top critics. The HALL St. Helena winery was the first LEED® Gold Certified Winery in the State of California in 2009 and earned another LEED® Gold certification for its high tech production facility and Tasting Room in 2014, making HALL a leader in green efficiencies. HALL’s Platinum Collection includes HALL’s most exclusive, limited production wines that demonstrate exceptional quality, scarcity and distinct pedigree of Napa Valley terroir. The wine series focuses on single vineyard, high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon that represents the pinnacle of quality. This highly-allocated wine offering is available for Platinum List Members only. To learn more about joining the Platinum List, please visit the website at www.hallwines.com/platinum-collection, or by visiting www.hallwines.com/the-bachelor-visits-hall.

ABOUT THE BACHELOR

On ABC’s hit primetime reality series The Bachelor, one lucky man is offered the chance to find true love. A single and eligible Bachelor embarks on a romantic journey, getting to know a number of beautiful women, gradually narrowing the field as he continues his search for his soul mate. At the end of this romantic voyage, if he has found the one, will there be a proposal — and will she say yes? Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelor is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television.  For more information on The Bachelor, visit http://abc.go.com/shows/the-bachelor.

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  1. phil says:

    Amazed how stupid it was for Hall put their reputation on the line with the Bachelor, especially after the fiasco of the final show. The bachelor it courted and wined and dined made a fool of himself and was the target of thousands of negative posts. Whoever does Hall’s PR should be fired. Certainly diminishes the reputation of this fine winery. Anyone familiar with this programming could have seen this coming.

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