• April 17, 2021
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  • The New Chardonnay [Book Review]


    The marijuana industry is changing before our eyes. Everywhere you turn, another celebrity is getting into the game, there are CBD products in convenience stores, and stigmas are finally dissipating.

    Heather Cabot’s latest book is an inside scoop on how marijuana became what it is today – legal in some states, illegal in others, all while remaining federally illegal across the United States: The New Chardonnay: The Unlikely Story of How Marijuana Went Mainstream.

    Heather Cabot, Author and Journalist

    Heather is an award-winning journalist and serves on the alumni board of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. A former ABC News correspondent and anchor and former digital lifestyle editor for Yahoo!, she has appeared on:

    • Good Morning America
    • Today
    • CNN
    • MSNBC
    • Fox News
    • And dozens of local TV and radio stations

    Entertaining Stories About Marijuana

    In The New Chardonnay, Heather takes us on quite the ride. You’ll go on adventures with marijuana mogul Beth Stavola that’ll have you questioning if she’s doing the right thing, to tagging along with Snoop Dogg and his business partner Ted Chung in search of bud in a faraway country. Snoop’s stories alone are worth reading this book – he’s such a fascinating character.

    Heather also tells the stories of chefs and vintners who are ushering in a new age of dining. Curious about what’s going on up north? In Canada you’ll find the “Willy Wonka of Weed” who moved into an abandoned Hershey factory.

    In what reads like a novel, you’ll alternate chapters reading about all of these people in the industry. Prepare to be captivated by all the ups and downs the people featured in this book have gone through. In a way, you’ll feel as if you were part of their journey.

    Read The New Chardonnay Today

    Get a preview of what’s inside The New Chardonnay on Amazon. Read it on Kindle or hardcover and embark on a journey into the new world of legal cannabis.

    1. J. Jacobs, New York Times bestselling author, states that the book is simply “good sh**”:

    “Heather Cabot’s book about cannabis is packed with entertaining stories starring fantastic, Hollywood-ready characters. It happens to center on marijuana, but it’s also about capitalism, politics, and psychology.”


    By Seth Richtsmeier, Associate Director of SEO, Cannabis Creative Group


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