Earlier this year, rapper E-40 announced that he was getting into the wine business. Looks like he’s made good on his promise: E-40 tweeted earlier today to let people know that wines from his California winery, Earl Stevens Selections, are now on sale, reports Complex Music.


Selections include a mango-flavored wine called Mangoscato for $19.99 (18% ABV), a 2011 Moscato for $13.99, and a 2011 Cabernet/Zinfandel blend for $14.99. That Mangoscato sure sounds nice. E-40 has been championing vino for years with songs like 1992’s “Carlos Rossi” and the Lonely Island collaboration “Santana DVX.” And the man has always been proud of the fact that he’s got grapes:

[via Complex Music]