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5 CBD-infused Wines You Might Want to Try

I’m excited to share this blog written by Heidi Jones (please see her bio at the end). A CBD-infused drink simply refers to a drink that contains CBD. The drink could be anything from water to a smoothie, or in our case, wine. To understand the significance of CBD-infused wines, it’s important to start from the beginning and uncover what CBD actually is.  

Cannabis-infused Wines - Photo from Forbes
Cannabis-infused Wines – Photo from Forbes

What Is CBD?

CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol and refers to an extract obtained from cannabis, which is often prescribed for a wide range of conditions. Anecdotal reports that date as far back as the 10th century, as well as recent scientific research findings, hail CBD for its immense analgesic properties. Besides being prescribed for pain relief, cannabidiol is also used to treat anxiety, inflammation, mood swings, nausea, and many other side effects of various diseases. CBD’s powerful disease-preventing abilities are the reason cannabis is now considered the most popular medicinal plant.

As you may already know, cannabis contains more than 100 compounds, also known as cannabinoids. However, CBD and 9-delta tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two most widely studied compounds of cannabis. The fundamental difference between CBD and THC is that the latter causes psychotropic and intoxicating effects, popularly known as ‘getting high’, or euphoria.

A Bottle of CBD Oil
A Bottle of CBD Oil

Why CBD-infused Wines?

Although CBD is a potent medicinal extract, there are always concerns about the right way to administer the substance. Typically, CBD can be consumed as:

  • Oils and tinctures, where the oil is administered sublingually
  • Vape juice
  • Creams and topicals
  • Edibles, such as gummies
  • Capsules and tablets

The mode of administration determines CBD’s bioavailability (the amount of the substance that actually enters your bloodstream). Tinctures and vape juice tend to present higher bioavailability. However, these two methods of administration happen to be the most difficult to incorporate into a person’s regular health and wellness routine. Many people are averse to vaping, and CBD administered sublingually often leaves a bitter taste, especially if the CBD is hemp-based.

These were some of the concerns that heralded the introduction of CBD-infused wines. With a CBD-infused wine from CBDfx, you can savor a glass of your favorite wine while seamlessly enjoying the medicinal properties of the CBD in it.

Top 5 CBD-infused Drinks: CannaVines

Presently, CannaVines wines are available exclusively to California residents and come in three flagship products: CANNAVINES RED BLEND x HEADBAND, CANNAVINES Chardonnay x Sour Diesel, and Rosé x Grand Daddy Purple.

As the name suggests, CANNAVINES RED BLEND x HEADBAND is made from the cannabis strain Headband, which is famous for its lemon taste as well as its stress and pain-relieving benefits. CANNAVINES Chardonnay x Sour Diesel delivers the famous euphoric effects, lifting your moods and banishing stress. Lastly, the Rosé x Grand Daddy Purple is formulated using the Grand Daddy Purple strain, which combats stress and anxiety. Overall, these wines pack rich flavors and deliver refreshing effects.

Sauvignon Blanc by Rebel Coast Wineries

Just like CannaVines, Rebel Coast Wines are also produced by California-based wineries. Rebel Coast Wines are popular for their aromatic blend of THC and exotic flavors. These CBD-infused wines feature 20 mg of THC in each bottle, enough to deliver bursts of energy and euphoria.

Presently, the company offers its wines exclusively to California residents. That’s ostensibly due to the scarcity of the wines, as well as the state’s permissive laws on recreational marijuana. However, even California residents can only pre-order a bottle of the cannabis-infused Sauvignon Blanc, which currently retails at $59.99. Wine lovers based outside of California can only wait with bated breath for Rebel Coast to avail their CBD-infused wines to recreational marijuana facilities near them.

A Person Enjoying a Glass of Wine in a Bathtub
A Person Enjoying a Glass of Wine in a Bathtub

Greenway “Know Label” Wine Tinctures

Greenway Wines are also exclusively available to residents of California. And like most cannabis-infused wines that are produced in the state, Greenway Wines are relatively difficult to acquire. You can only pre-order the wines, where you’ll be subjected to a long waitlist. But the wait is worthwhile.

Greenway CBD-infused wines do not come with any labels, except a small tag that highlights the strain used in each bottle, the year of preparation, and the type of wine it is. That makes each bottle unique in terms of taste and CBD strength. What’s more, you can be sure of their quality and richness in flavor as the wines have been endorsed by Melissa Etheridge, a cancer survivor and cannabis advocate.

CBD Vines Wines

CBD Vines is a winery based in Texas that prides itself in brewing flavorful CBD-infused wines which feature less THC. Unlike most CBD-infused wines that tend to include considerable levels of THC, wines by CBD Vines eliminate this mind-altering substance. Instead, the winery replaces THC with higher CBD for fast relief from pain, anxiety, inflammation, and seizures.

CBD Vines produces five different styles of wines, namely:

  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Pinot Grigio
  • Chardonnay
  • Red Blends
  • Pinot Noir

The company’s flagship wine is the Cabernet Sauvignon, which is marketed under the product name CaBD Sauy. The winery’s Chardonnay is another one of their signature products, which is the second-most popular after the CaBD Sauy. It’s marketed under the name CBDonay.

Mary Jane’s Hemp Wines

Finally, we have a wine that you can acquire outside of the US. Mary Jane’s Hemp Wines are available in Canada. These wines come in a wide range of tastes. Examples include Try Magic White, BC Buddy Red, BC Buddy White, as well as the traditional Canadian taste – BC Hemp Ice Wine.

Mary Jane’s Hemp Wines differ from most wines brewed in the US, in that they are hemp-infused. The use of hemp allows you to enjoy the benefits of EFAS’s omega 3 and omega 6, as well as fiber and other minerals. Plus, the wines feature nutty and citrus overtones. Mary Jane’s even offers hemp-infused gins for those looking for a more alcoholic drink. Also, most of their wines are readily available online.

CBD-infused wines are still a new trend in the cannabis industry. However, the drinks are a great relief for wine lovers who struggle to incorporate CBD into their routines. Alternatevely, one can try traditional ways of incorporating CBD by procuring favorable strains at Getkush store.

Author Bio

Heidi Jones is a full-time content marketing specialist. She has been closely following the liquor industry trends for quite some time. A frequent contributor to several blogs and websites, she has dabbled in various domains before the wine and gastronomy industry. On her off days, she likes to spend her time at the nearest animal shelter, enjoying a glass of wine with family or be nose deep in a novel.

BettyPhotoCircularAs an independent wine consultant with WineShop At Home, I absolutely enjoy bringing a taste of the Napa wine country home to you one sip at a time. Whether you simply love to drink wine, seek a special personalized wine gift, or are in search of a new wine jobs opportunity as a wine consultant, feel free to contact me for a truly unique wine tasting experience!

Cheers, Betty Kaufman
WineShop At Home

As an independent wine consultant with WineShop At Home, I absolutely enjoy bringing a taste of the Napa wine country home to you one sip at a time. Whether you simply love to drink wine, seek a special personalized wine gift, or are in search of a new wine jobs opportunity as a wine consultant, feel free to contact me for a truly unique wine tasting experience!

Cheers, Betty Kaufman
WineShop At Home

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  1. Halo, I have a question regarding CBD wine. Is the CBD infused in wine a pure CBD (100% CBD) and it’s CBD-isolated not even containing any THC at all?

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