Kimmy Schmidt’s Tituss Burgess Will Make His Own Pinot Noir

Posted: Mar 3 2016, 5:59pm CST | by , in News | Latest TV News

Kimmy Schmidt’s Tituss Burgess Will Make His Own Pinot Noir
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Anyone who has seen Tituss Burgess, who plays the unforgettable Titus Andromedon on Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, fell in love with his take on the popular wine and was probably singing his song for weeks after watching the episode. Now, he is taking that song and making his own brand of wine, called Pinot by Tituss.

Even for those who haven't seen the show, the song went viral all over the internet and became a pop culture phenomenon. Take a look at the video below:

Bergess announced the new collaboration on his Instagram, saying “To be enjoyed by all the fabulous Kings and Kweens. Pinot makes things fun.”

The wine is selling for around $24 a bottle (just under $300 for an entire case to binge watch while you are watching the second season). Reports say that the wine will start shipping out around March 24, 2016.

Season 2 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt lands next month.

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