Coming Soon! — Leucadia Red owner Dave Archinal will be working with divers soon to pull up 12 special bottles of Leucadia Red Cabernet Sauvignon wine, which were purposely sunk into an undisclosed location of the Pacific Ocean last year. The case will be pulled up, re-labled and auctioned off to benefit a variety of charities.
September, 2012 — Leucadia Red now offers stores 3x3 description cards of our wines, designed by Jami Goddess:
Friday, June 29th, 2012 — Leucadia Red is the featured winery for Sideways The Play at the Ruskin Group Theater in Santa Monica.
Sunday, April 29, 2012 — Leucadia Red flows at It's So LA Pre-Cannes Yacht Party on The Paradiso Yacht in Newport Beach.
Saturday, April 28th, 2012 — Leucadia Red pours and mingles at the Edge of LA International Wine Festival at Michael's Tuscany Room in San Pedro.
August, 2011 — Somewhere off the coast of Catalina Island, 90 feet under the Pacific Ocean, in an undisclosed location, lays something very, very unusual....in fact, something never seen before. And that something is a case of Leucadia Red 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon wine.
No, it's not from a shipwreck. The case of wine was purposely sunk in the Pacific Ocean in August, 2011 and the sinking was supervised and since protected by professional divers, thus making it the WORLD'S FIRST WINE BURIED UNDER THE SEA.
Dave Archinal, owner and founder of Leucadia Red Wine had the idea to sink a case of this special red wine a year ago. Why did he do it?
"This wine is still a baby and a perfect candidate to put in your cellar for a few years....so we decided to put it in 'Davey Jones' Cellar' so to speak."
Dave's goal is to have these 12 special bottles of wine be later pulled up and auctioned off to benefit a variety of charities.
November, 2011 — Leucadia Red and artist Jami Goddess featured in an article for Military Press (click image to see an enlarged version):
November, 2011 — The Military Press website features The General's Red Blend, which supports military charities:
November, 2011 — The Prince O' Pinot recommends drinking The General's Red Blend this Veteran's Day: