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
  • 6/16/17

    Sea of Stones Sangria

    It’s hot outside. Real hot. And, as much as you want to, you wouldn’t dare drop a handful of ice into your wine. So, what do you do? You make a giant pitcher … Read More »

  • 4/16/16

    Crabs: All In a Day's Work

    The long awaited and highly anticipated approval from California Fish and Game finally has given the green light for commercial and sport fishermen to hit the open waters of the San Francisco Bay … Read More »

  • 6/26/17

    Italian Inspiration

    We don’t go to Rome for the past (the only thing you’re going to hear from us regarding ancient Roman ruins is that they are excellent at providing shade for drinking wine). We go … Read More »

  • 6/9/17

    Father’s Day Gifts for Dad

    After a little online brainstorming, one might assume that we’re all still shopping for the same 1960’s sitcom dad. Golf-themed tchotchke? Novelty cufflinks? Who is that guy, exactly? Times (and parenting) have changed, … Read More »