Pot wine as a concept is not new. The Chinese have been devouring this wine infused with marijuana since ancient times (they also believed that it had medicinal properties). It’s re-entry into the tipple scene, however, it a recent twist in the tale. Winemakers in California have introduced a commercial marijuana-laced wine called Canna Vine. According to the Los Angeles Times, “Canna Vine combines organic marijuana and biodynamically farmed grapes (organic with a dose of spiritual)”.
Getting your hands on a bottle of this potent concoction, however, isn’t as easy as buying any other bottle of wine of course, given that recreational use of marijuana isn’t legal in all states of the US, let alone the world. It may take a long time for one to be able to savour the potion in other parts of the world, but for now California is where your search ends.