My grandfather taught me about wine at an early age. He told me the soil in which the vines lived were like a layer cake and the wine, if properly made, was like my grandmother’s cake with layers of fruit, mocha, chocolate, hints of spice and rich, always rich. “Never pass up a layer cake,” he would say. I always loved those words.

— Jayson Woodbridge, Winemaker and Founder
  • 7/14/17

    The Art of Smoking Meats

    The days of 2017 are undoubtedly moving along at break-neck speed, thoughts of a runaway freight train come to mind. With the 4th of July holiday weekend in the past, farmers markets and … Read More »

  • 6/30/17

    The Best Place for Malbec

    If you ask Winemaker Jayson Woodbridge why he makes wine in Mendoza he’d say, “Because it’s the greatest place on earth to make Malbec…and because of the Parrilla.” There are geographic advantages to … Read More »

  • 7/21/17

    South Australia: Wine Oasis

    If you thought that all Australia had to offer was poisonous snakes, deadly jellyfish, crazy wallabies and Mad Max you’ve obviously never heard of (or been to) the Barossa Valley or McLaren Vale. … Read More »

  • 7/7/17

    Farm to Butcher

    When you encounter the exquisite flavor of a beautiful, hand crafted meat; you must savor it, celebrate it, and spread word of the find. We feel this way every time we eat a … Read More »