• Jamie Gall

    Oh, keep doing wine reviews. I didn’t realize you were such a wine fan =)

    • Hi Jami, I will. Wine is such a great subject to talk about, don’t you think?

  • Julie

    Another great wine for me to check out, thanks. 🙂

    • Hi Julie, I think you really like this one. 🙂

  • Claire Cappetta

    This sounds so good, will give it a try, getting tired of Merlot 🙂

    • Hi Claire, I get that… 🙂 This is a great one to try. 🙂

    • Hi Claire, Me too, I have discovered the world of other red wines to be just divine. I can’t wait to hear what you think. 🙂

  • Megan Broutian

    I am totally useless when it comes to picking wines. Saving this for my next purchase.

    • Hi Megan, You will enjoy this for many reasons, the price for one and then the taste. 🙂

  • Crack You Whip

    I know nothing about wine, but drove through some vineyards years ago in California and fell in love with them.

    • Hi Tracie, I with you there, girlfriend. I love the locations and really enjoy the scenery. Of course the wine isn’t to bad either… LOL.

  • Jon Jefferson

    I like the premise of the layer cake. It is the bits of history like that, that give smaller wineries and such something that you will never find in the larger houses, character.

    • Hi Jon, That is the very reason I prefer the boutique wineries over the big winery groups. You got love their histories. They are always so interesting, aren’t they?

  • Love the label! That’s what woud attract me to wine if I drank wine. Cake on a wine label would definitely have me reaching for it. 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, I think the label is the coolest. It also happens to go well with chocolate cake… 😀

  • Love the fact that it’s produced by an ex investment banker turned wine maker. Hope it was by choice.

    • Hi Catarina, So do I, and he use a self made. To answer your question, it was. 🙂

  • This is one of my favorite affordable wines! Thanks for much for the post because now I know a bit more about the brand.

    • Hi Jeri, I really enjoyed researching this one. The owner is quite the character, who happens to make awesome wine. It winery was fun to read about.
      🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Sounds amazing!! I will have to try it

    • Hi Krystle, It really is and it’s not hard to find either. Enjoy. 🙂

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  • Debra Yearwood

    I haven’t had the pleasure of trying this wine out yet, but you’ve piqued my curiosity.

    • Hi Debra, It a nice wine for the price and I love how easy it is to find too. Enjoy. 🙂

  • What a great name for a wine. A friend from Puglia introduced me to primitive a few years ago & it’s one of my favorites.

    • It is very much like a Zinfandel so it one of favorites to Kathy. 🙂

  • Never heard of this till now

  • Jacqueline Gum

    Not tried this yet, but it certainly sounds like I should!

    • It’s a good one, worth seeking out Jacquie. Besides, it has a very cool label. ?

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Well now that’s an interesting story. Layer Cake is a great label with an emotion filled story behind it. Great marketing if you ask me.

    • I agree Cheryl. They do have a great message and cool marketing to go with it. ?

  • I envy you having tried this wine, Susan.I’d clipped an article about it awhile back and found that is isn’t available by our government run liquor stories. But I’m hoping the private wine carriers in the area may have it and will continue to seek it out. I’m surprised that Jason’s notes don’t mention chocolate notes, as the write-up I’d seen definitely mentioned that and that, of course, is why it had caught my attention!