You have definitely heard that wine tastes exquisitely with various cheeses. Now imagine the combination of wine and marijuana. Do you have any thoughts about it? To tell you the truth, the selection of the proper combination of wine and cheese has now become a kind of art. The tastes and aromas should strictly fit and complement each other at the same time. It may seem tricky for the beginners to create the perfect combination, but a bit of practice will help you make the right choice every time. Usually, drinking alcohol and using cannabis simultaneously is a bad idea, as it may cause spinning ceilings and a lot of throwing up. However, a glass of wine paired with an amazing strain is an exciting experience. We have prepared four best weed and wine combinations you can try when you feel like it.
1. Dry white wines with the Trainwreck strain
Trainwreck is a perfect strain with a lovely taste of pine and lemon. We recommend choosing Sauvignon Blanc to accompany this strain, as its fruity taste with earthy tones will pleasantly combine with Trainwreck. A mellow high and deep euphoria are what you will get from this duo.
2. Sweet white wines in combination with Fruity Pebbles
Fruity Pebbles is widely known as a very aromatic sativa indica hybrid with a delicious taste of berries. To make the experience unforgettable, choose sweet white wines as they have a fruit cocktail taste that includes citrus and pears. This combination creates a fruity bomb that will take your mind and body somewhere far away.
3. Sparkling wines together with Amnesia Haze
The majority of sparkling wines have too little sugar in their content, which makes the aftertaste rather dry. If you are thinking about which strain to smoke with this bubbly, your best option will be Amnesia Haze. It has an amazingly natural smell of grass and wood. A nice choice to go with champagne, don’t you think? In any case, you should try it, at least because this strain has won the first place at Cannabis Cups. And not once, by the way.
4. Dessert wines and Chocolope
It is obvious that dessert wines are known for their sweetness. The best strain to accompany dessert wines is Chocolope, which provides a light taste of coffee and chocolate.