Goosecross is an estate winery steeped in Napa Valley history. We take our inspiration from the land we farm and the fruit we grow, expressing our passion in the wines we craft.
We proudly take our name from the pair of geese that made our estate their home. We admire the lifelong bond that geese form, and the strength, independence and resilience of their character, at peace with their home and the world.
Goosecross’s journey has grown and evolved through the years, from farmers and grape growers in the 1970s to winemakers and vintners in the 1980s. We take pride in crafting wines that express a sense of “place”, giving voice to the vineyards and regions in which they were grown. It gives us great pleasure to share our wines with guests and friends, one glass at a time.
And the journey continues…
Coming from a family whose history for crafting fine lagers spans five generations, Christi Coors Ficeli was drawn to Goosecross by its heritage and reputation. Looking for a place to call home and grow roots in the Valley, she has taken the challenge of writing the next chapter in the Goosecross journey.
Christi is committed to remaining true to the spirit of Goosecross, with an open mind to what the future will bring. The winemaking team is now led by Bill Nancarrow who brings a wealth of experience making wines in regions throughout the World, he and his team are continuing the approachable, balanced style of Goosecross wines, while introducing bold new varietals and blends to the portfolio.
In the near future, our Goosecross friends will be welcomed in a new hospitality facility and winery. Retaining our signature warm and friendly atmosphere where you can relax among the vines and enjoy wine nestled in the heart of Napa Valley, we have designed a Tasting Room that truly brings the outside in, sharing our vineyards and views with our guests.
Join us as our journey continues. We look forward to getting to know you and we hope you take a little of Napa home, and enjoy a bottle of Goosecross with your family and friends.