There's Now Weed-Infused Wine, So You Can Kill Two Birds With One Stone(r)


If you're a low-key stoner who also happens to love wine, I have some good news for you.

Apparently, you can pour yourself a glass of vino that will get you extra lit because weed-infused wine is now a real thing.

That's right. For the first time ever, winemakers in California are commercially producing marijuana-laced wines, known as Canna Vine.

So now, you can get drunk and high at the same damn time, without making your whole apartment reek like bud.

Apparently, celebs like Chelsea Handler and Melissa Etheridge drink this wine on the reg, and Etheridge has even said that getting high off of weed-infused wine puts you in a "really beautiful place."

But before you empty out your bank account to buy a lifetime supply of marijuana merlot, there are a few things you need to know.

First of all, this glorious ganja wine is only available in the wonderful state of California, since all other 420-friendly states — Washington, Oregon and Colorado — do not allow alcohol to be infused with marijuana.

Second, this wine is Rx only, so you'll need a medical marijuana license to get your hands on a few of these bad boys.

Last but not least, you better be ready to spend some serious green if you want to turn up with pot-laced pinot because this stoner-approved wine does not come cheap.

Some of these weed-infused wines will cost you anywhere from $120 to $400 for just half of a bottle.

So yeah, getting weed-wine wasted may not be as easy as popping open a bottle of regular wine and rolling up a few joints.

But hey, if you meet all the requirements, this wavy wine totally sounds worth the extra effort.