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  • J.nine

    Layer Cake wine - Primitivo - my current favorite red wine. Great with spicy food.

  • Simple and Healthy 简单健康的素食

    2011 Layer Cake Malbec, from Mendoza region of Argentina. Big, brooding, black fruit, then rich earth, truffles and dark cocoa are at the front. Expressing the terroir of the stony vineyard at its core, this is always evident with the thread of minerality that the deep alluvial cobblestones lend. is so elegant in the mouth with fresh-picked blackberries, simmering chocolate sauce on the stove, and somewhere someone’s cooking bacon … so many layers, so little time.

  • Deliver My Wine

    LAYER CAKE CABERNET SAUVIGNON The wine is a classic, rich with black fruits, cocoa, hints of tobacco and leather melding seamlessly with traces of minerality from the alluvial stones the vines thrive in graced by a constant supply of glacial melt water. The wine is fat, layered and boldly rich, an expressive wine with a long luxurious lingering finish that will pair with almost any food and yet stands alone as well.$15.99 per bottle Delivermywine.com 888-959-7721

  • Kary Beck

    2012 Cabernet Sauvignon jumps from the glass with aromas of ripe Bing cherries and blackberries plus cedar and dark, rich layers of maduro t...

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