Flow Kana's Newest Venture is a Winery-Style Experience for Cannabis

 - Jan 23, 2018
References: thedrinksbusiness & businessinsider
Flow Kana is looking to cash in on marijuana tourism with its newest manufacturing hub set in a former winery. The craft cannabis company recently purchased the 80-acre Fetzer Vineyard in Mendocino County, California, with the intention of constructing a cannabis processing and manufacturing hub. Being dubbed the Flow Cannabis Institute, the cannabis hub will operate much in the same way as the region's wineries, with tours, tastings, seminars, dinners and a bed and breakfast that will be open to the public.

The Flow Cannabis Institute is the first of its kind in California, and signifies a growing market for marijuana tourism. With recreational use being legal in California as of January 2018, Flow Kana is just the first in a long line of cannabis companies looking to better engage customers in a more refined setting. Taking influence from the surrounding wineries, Flow Kana has tailored an amazing experience for marijuana enthusiasts, while still keeping the culture accessible for those now entering cannabis culture.