Winter in Houston, Texas can be usually summed up to no more than two weeks total to practically non-existent. However, the Winter of 2013/2014 will go down in history as a real true "ice-breaker' which called for me to indulge in some really substantial imbibing. My favorite go to wine was strictly for pleasure; a forthright Italian red from the Lazio Region. "If You See Kay" is an in-your-face blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Primitivo (sometimes referred to as Zinfandel but that is another story over another bottle.) The label alone is enough to arouse one's curiosity and generate an abundance of conversation but once 'pandora's bottle' has been uncorked, a scavenger hunt ensues in the pursuit of locating "Kay!" In some cases I was still looking for "Kay" after three bottles. This fruit forward beauty, I found to be jammy and layered with dark juicy fruit with some peppery spice on the finish. This is a "true" stand alone wine or if you care to it can be paired with just about anything that you were noshing on to get you through the chilly winter days and nights. This comes as no surprise from cult winemaker, Jason Woodbridge, whose philosophy is "wide open throttle or don't bother doing it at all." If and when you do see "Kay", just pop her open and surrender your inhibitions because she is an embodiment of lifestyle, a force of nature, and you will want her.