Forget Palisade peach wine - this is possibly the most Colorado wine in existence.

Cannabis-infused wine has been around for a while, but its popularity is surging after officially entering the marketplace. According to Cosmopolitan, winemakers in California combine organic marijuana and biodynamically farmed grapes to create a wine that's actually really difficult to get a hold of.

You see, unfortunately for Coloradans, it's only legal to buy and sell in the state of California with a medical marijuana license. Though, with cannabidiol oil-infused beer from Colorado brewery Dad & Dudes Breweria in Aurora, perhaps weed wine could soon become a thing here.

There are several cannabis wines on the market including Mary Jane Wines and even a wine from singer Melissa Etheridge called "No Label," which she describes as having "a little flush after the first sip, but then the effect is really cheery, and at the end of the night you sleep really well."

I'm sure it makes you really hungry, too. ;) But if I'm being really honest, any booze is going to make me want to stuff my face with a late night food cart gyro.