Weed Cellars has not only created a new category within the alcohol industry, it’s found a way to tap into the evolution of the cannabis space without using cannabis. The wine and beer labels pay homage to the individual in all of us, but contain only alcohol.
Behind Weed Cellars works an impressive team of creative and sharp advisors, including business savants, hockey stars, and country music icons and R&B artists.
The portfolio of wines have quickly earned respect with all varietals scoring 90 and above, with the Pinot Noir 2017 garnering a 92 from Drink Me Magazine.
Weed’s varietals are from the Central Coast of California. While the Central Coast may not have the same namesake as Napa Valley, it does happen to produce some of California’s most intriguing, up-and-coming wines. Here is the lineup and recent ratings
While the Central Coast may not have the same namesake as Napa Valley, it does happen to produce some of California’s most intriguing, up-and-coming wines
Weed Cellars 2018 Sauvignon Blanc, 90 Pts
(Great light wine for those lovers of Sauv Blanc)
Weed Cellars 2018 Chardonnay, 91 Pts
(Excellent fruit- to-acidity balance)
Weed Cellars 2017 Pinot Noir, 92 Pts
(Pinot has always been a “go to” wine of mine, great for holidays and impromptu dinner parties)
Weed Cellars 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon, 91 Pts
(A Central Coast Cabernet with a great nose and excellent finish)
And you can get weed cheap…(couldn’t resist that one)…Bottles average around $16 making this not only a great conversation starter but an affordable pick me up for parties, dinners and any other social activity one may need a bottle to tag along.
Weed endeavors to be more than just a Wine brand, with cool merchandise and a team of well known connected backers the brand aims to become a household name. The name is already there, and wine is coming up fast…I’d say they’re well on their way.