Rebel Wine: A Canex Review

I was pleasantly surprised by Rebel Wine, a beer that is marketed as “the world’s first pro-marijuana beer.” I’ve reviewed many beers that have hemp in them, and I’ve had some that either didn’t include any cannabinoids whatsoever or had so little cannabinoids that they were practically worthless.

It’s a beautiful thing to see the progression of technology in our society. That much is apparent with the legalization of cannabis. From the first time a joint hit the streets, the minds behind the technology have been adapting and blending it with their needs. And with good reason, as the legalization of cannabis has been difficult to deal with in the past.

Rebel Wine is a cannabis-infused wine that comes in two varieties: White (or “The White Girl”) and Red (or “The Red Girl”). Rebel Wine is a product of the company Canexus, and is created from the combination of cannabis terpenes and natural wine grapes. Rebel Wine is the first cannabis-infused wine on the market, and is currently available in Colorado where it is legal. Rebel Wine is a hybrid of the alcohol and the not-so-subtle cannabis taste. This is a great product, if you’re into the taste of cannabis, but not too much, then you’re in luck.

CBD and wine might not be the two things you’d expect to go so well together, but Rebel Wine ltd. has managed it. Not just the creation of one or two wines, but of THREE CBD wines.

Merlot, Rosé and Sauvignon Blanc.

Here’s what Rebel Wine has to say about its brand…..

Rebel’s story begins in Zimbabwe in the early 1990s, when demand for anything even remotely resembling wine far outstripped supply. Rupert, the main rebel, was working there at the time as an airline pilot, so providing a steady supply of delicious South African wine was a fairly simple matter.

Sales went so well that when he returned to these shores in 2005, the wine business became the only viable option. Then Southern Wines was born, specializing in our beloved South African wine and still going strong.

Rebel Wine is the latest addition to the portfolio, focusing on slightly different products that don’t always seem to be commonplace for winemakers.

Because as they say in these parts: If you follow all the rules, you will miss the best! So let’s have some fun.

We loved the glasses with fun retro designs and the size of the glasses.

Rebels CBD wines are natural wines, which means they are a little cloudy when poured, but the can is very convenient for quick consumption. I’m very picky about the wines I drink, but these wines are drinkable. Dry, doesn’t leave a burning sensation in the mouth or on the chest, which for me is usually the way to judge a good wine. It should be a pleasant experience, right? And these CBI wines really are.

We love the area coupled with their website ….

Pink

Goes well with…

Spicy Thai shrimp, grilled Portuguese sardines or a salad of fresh tomatoes, feta and pomegranate, or a fish sandwich with ketchup. You should also listen to New Orders Be a Rebel.

Sauvignon Blanc

Goes well with…

Sourdough bread and soft cheese or fresh sushi while listening to Jolene by Dolly Parton.

Merlot

Goes well with…

It goes especially well with an egg and bacon with David Bowie, Rebel Rebel.

Rebel Wines CBD is sourced from organically grown cannabis in Colorado, one of the best regions to grow cannabis, and is of course 100% natural. Approximately 70% of cans are made from previously recycled cans, and all cans can be recycled, resulting in a smaller carbon footprint than glass.

Unsurprisingly, Rebel Wine won bronze in the CBD beverage category at the 2020 Canex Awards. You can read this article here.

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