In the coming years, California is going to give cannabis a label that tells its story: how it was grown and where it comes from.

These days, wine drinkers might take for granted that a bottle of wine with the word “Napa” on it actually comes from grapes grown in Napa Valley.

That labeling is now codified in California law, just like a wine labeled “Bordeaux” must come from one of the 54 wine appellations in Bordeaux wine region of France.

In the coming years, California’s other famous crop is going to get some designated appellations of its own.

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Wilson Walker ~ KPIX

 

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