Protect Pharmaceutical Commences Production of Cannabis-Based “Green Wine”
Protect Pharmaceutical Corp. announced the commencement of its production of cannabis-based wine, also known as “Green Wine,” on its Mastnak Winery fields in Slovenia. The production will be done in cooperation with the Slovenian division of Rafarma Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Mastnak Winery will dedicate approximately 25% of its 2020 production of non-sparkling white wine to produce the initial run of Green Wine (approximately 200,000 bottles). The barrels will be prepared during the 2020 harvesting season. The first bottles will be available for sale in the fall of 2021.
All Mastnak Winery grapes are currently grown utilizing the company’s proprietary “Super Fertilizer” known as Agropharmacy—a completely organic growth stimulant.
The cannabis for the Green Wine, which contains Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), will be supplied by Rafarma Pharmaceuticals, Inc. During the production process, dried cannabis wrapped in white cloth will be inserted into barrels of white wine (about 1/2 kilogram per barrel). Two types of cannabis, Sativa and Indica, will be aged in casks for a year. Rafarma Pharmaceuticals uses the biologically-clean Agropharmacy products for its production of cannabis as well.
Green wine is known to help its consumers relax more than with the standard wine. It has also been shown to aid in treating insomnia. The introduction of Green Wine is yet another exciting step in the company’s European expansion. Green Wine is expected to be in great demand, and could increase revenue per bottle substantially.
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