California's wine country is world-renowned, and Earl Stevens, better known as E-40, is one of the humble grape's biggest advocates. Not only has he commemorated the beverage with songs like 1992's "Carlos Rossi" and the Lonely Island collaboration "Santana DVX," he's also been very public in the fact that he's got grapes.

Specifically, he's got Moscato, Cabernet and Zinfandel grapes. After announcing earlier this year that he was getting into the wine business, E-40 tweeted earlier today to let people know that wines from his winery, Earl Stevens Selections, are now on sale:

Selections include a mango-flavored wine called Mangoscato for $19.99 ("the 18% alcohol make it all worth while"), a 2011 Moscato for $13.99 ("The floral aromas pour out of the glass in a cacophony of honeysuckle, gardenia, orange blossom, white cherry, apple, pear and peach. WOW, this wine smells good.") and a 2011 Cabernet/Zinfandel blend for $14.99. Appropriately called the Function Red Blend, for when you need a functional table wine while you're out here trying to function, it "opens with jammy aromas of raspberry and plum with subtle hints of spice and the toasty aromas of oak and vanilla."

Lest you question whether this is actually E-40's winery, he's got the pictures to prove it, as well as this bio: 

Earl Stevens is a platinum selling recording artist and actor from Vallejo California. Earl is also known by his stage name of E-40, a rap veteran entrepreneur that is mostly known for his unorthodox rap style & catchy slang words. In the early days of his career he made his name by selling tapes out the trunk of his car and now he is living his dream!

Hopefully we don't need to tell this to you twice: If E-40's dream is to sell you wine, you should buy it. If music is more your thing, E-40 also announced that his new album, The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil  Parts 4,5,6 is coming out December 3 and shared the 45-song tracklist. There should be just enough time to get a few bottles of Function Red Blend set aside for the listening party.

Check out Earl Stevens Selections here and find the tracklist for The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil Parts 4,5,6 below:

The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil 4

Bamboo
Bendin Corners (Skee Skert)
Chitty Bang (Feat. Juicy J & Ty Dolla $ign)
Yellow Gold (Feat. Droop-E & Work Dirty)
Sh*t Like That (Feat. Young Dro & Spodee)
Ball Out (Feat. NHT Boyz)
Episode (Feat. T.I. & Chris Brown)
Got That Line
Thirsty (Feat. King Harris)
Tree in the Load (Feat. Cousin FIK & Choose Up Cheese)
Candlelight
Stompdown (skit)
By Any Means (Feat. Webbie & J. Stalin)
Money On My Mind (Feat. Bosko)
Home Again (Feat. Mike Marshall)

The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil 5

I’m Pushin’
Plush
Mister T
Countdown (Feat. 2 Chainz)
I Be On My Shit
Play Too Much (Feat. Young Bari & Roach Gigz)
All Y’all (Feat. Iamsu & Kool John)
Project Building (Feat. Gucci Mane & Young Scooter)
In Dat Cup (Feat. Z-Ro & Big K.R.I.T)
Homeless Criminals (skit)
All My N*ggaz (Feat. Danny Brown & ScHoolboy Q)
A Breath of Fresh Air (Feat. B-Legit & Mike Marshall)
When You Gone Let Me (Feat. Too Short)
Do What I Gotta Do (Feat. Work Dirty & Laroo T.H.H.)
Off the Block (Feat. Stressmatic & J. Banks)

The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil 6

Champagne (Feat. Rick Ross & French Montana)
Mob Shit (Feat. B-Legit)
Penetrate (Feat. Iamsu, Sage the Gemeni & Eric Statz)
Turn Up or Burn Up (Feat. Skreme & Problem)
Pablo (Feat. Gucci Mane & Trinidad James)
Tonight (Feat. Jeezy & Cousin FIK)
Put It in the Air (Feat. Mac Mall & San Quinn)
Mac Russ (skit)
Art of Story Tellin Pt.II
Up All Night (Feat. Clyde Carson)
In a Bucket
Rep Yo District
Throwed Like This
What Kind of World
Don’t Shoot the Messenger

[via @willystaley]

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