Forget the Rosé, Cannabis Wine Is Coming to Legal States

At the end of a long day at work, many people like cozying up on the couch with a nice glass of wine. Others prefer to enjoy a joint to unwind. But now you can combine both of those into one end-of-the-day experience.

With California legalizing marijuana on January 1st, many companies are preparing to launch cannabis-infused wines in legal states. Rebel Coast Winery, based in Cali, has already announced its Sauvignon Blanc will be available starting in January, and are already beginning to allow customers to pre-order.

Now here's the catch: the wine contains no alcohol. Instead, each bottle contains 16 milligrams of THC that will give the users a little bit of a high similar to use marijuana or getting a buzz from a glass of wine.

“After one glass you won’t be thinking your couch is a hippo with short legs or anything. Our goal is not to kill you after you’ve had a few glasses. The goal is to get giggly and naked with someone. We set out to mimic the experience you’d find with traditional wine; a couple glasses will put most people in a great place,” Rebel Coast said.

For now, Rebel Coast will only allow residents of California to purchase their wine. But they plan on expanding their deliveries to other legal states and Canada in 2018.

If you're interested, check out their website for more information.

(h/t Newsweek)


By now you may have heard about the cannabis plant's most well-known compounds, THC and CBD, however, there's more to marijuana than just its cannabinoids. Terpenes are aromatic compounds that give plants their flavor and aroma. Found in cannabis and other plants, terpenes have their own therapeutic effects, such as anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic, and anti-depressive properties.

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