summer dreams

Golden HourPinot Noir

Due to the more eastern orientation of the vineyard, this wine is a riper and fuller expression of a mix of red and purple fruits.

"The medium to full-bodied palate has a gorgeous satiny texture and seamless freshness"

Lisa Perotti-Brown


Wine Notes

Complex notes of ripe strawberries and cherries, hint of tea leaf and flowers, more medium bodied from the Eastern Ridge of Western Sonoma Coast, riper and fuller but pure elegance, layering and perfectly balanced tannins and acidity. Tour de Force of complexity, a symphony orchestra. Will cellar for 10+ years.

2021 Vintage6-pack$780



Each hillside vineyard site is chosen for the generous slope, unique sequence of Goldridge soils, ranging from 900-1900 feet above sea level, and microclimate to add dimension to the wines.
A rare, fine-grained sandy loam, Goldridge soils are known for excellent drainage, and a characteristically light and fluffy texture.
Some of the particularly unique sites have Goldridge layered on top of ancient seabed where finding fossils in the soil is not unusual and a clay content that helps the soil retain precious moisture during the growing season.
The coastal climate of the region is marked by warm, dry summers and cool, damp winters.

Our Collection

discover the style and spirit of Sonoma Coast wines

Pinot Noir

Golden Hour

Due to the more eastern orientation of the vineyard, this wine is a riper and fuller expression of a mix of red and purple fruits.

Pinot Noir


Glimmering in the glass like a polished ruby stone, splashes of red berry fruit linger with cedar and sandalwood.

Pinot Noir

Super Chill

Red fruit-forward with cranberry and raspberry notes, very textural in the mouth, and has a lifted finish.

Pinot Noir


A dark edge with dark fruit, black cherry, and black plum with hints of the salty sea-spray and misty fog rolling into the Sonoma Coast from the Pacific Ocean.

Bottle of Summer Dreams Twilight


The Sun Also Rises

An intertwining of Sonoma coastal notes featuring lemon drop candy and lemon verbena are supported by a subtle oak frame.

Sauvignon Blanc

Walking On Venice Beach

White flower, stone fruit and Asiatic tropical fruit notes with a textural mid palate, vibrant acid, and a racy finish.


Martian Pink

To create a truly special rosé, we use a blend of winemaking techniques on 100% Pinot Noir grapes. A mailing list EXCLUSIVE.


Read the latest articles and reviews of Summer Dreams wines from prestigious industry tastemakers.

All Press

When I create something, the wine tells me what to do. I don’t tell the wine what to do.


Map Maker: Summer Dreams, Fortunate Son and Hundred Acre New Releases

The Wine Independent | Lisa Perrotti-Brown

“I’m a direct descendent of Jacques Cartier, the cartographer,” Jayson Woodbridge tells me, seemingly apropos of nothing. But nothing is random or out of context with Jayson. For example, he describes Cartier as a cartographer, not an explorer—the profession by which Cartier is better known. With Jayson, every casually offered piece of shared information is specific and purposeful, whether you get it or not.


Producer Profile: Hundred Acre

Decanter | Jonathan Cristaldi

In a rare in-depth interview granted to Decanter, we meet the dauntless Jayson Woodbridge. The founder of Hundred Acre is a controversial figure in the Napa Valley, yet the wine community can't ignore the fact that his wines are celebrated by pundits the world over.


Recent Releases from Hundred Acre, Fortunate Son and Summer Dreams

The Wine Advocate | Lisa Perrotti-Brown

At the end of this year, I caught up with Jayson and Helen Woodbridge at their house nestled within the Few and Far Between vineyard in Calistoga.

Summer is a state of mind