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If wine is your drink of choice, a California company is hoping its latest creation will generate a buzz.
House of Saka is producing Saka Wines, a product it claims is the first luxury line of cannabis-infused, alcohol-removed wine from Napa Valley. The company said in a statement that its sparkling brut rosé and still rosé wines are blended with a tasteless, odorless water-soluble ratio of THC and CBD from organic craft cannabis.
“With regulations and infrastructure mature enough to bring the brand to life, I knew it was the perfect time,” Cynthia Salarizadeh, House of Saka Founder said. “Wine has been infused with cannabis for as long as we can find in sacred texts throughout history.”
The wines, which are expected to reach shelves before April, will be available in more than 600 stores throughout California and Nevada before expanding nationwide and globally, according to the company.