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Culinary Getaways

Here at Goosecross, we’ve enjoyed a long-time friendship with Sherry Page, the owner of Culinary Getaways.

Perhaps it’s because our goals are so well aligned: we want each of our guests to experience unsurpassed hospitality, have a great time and to eat and drink the best! We know that we have succeeded when our guests have become our friends, like Sherry.

She offers an exceptional opportunity for those who wish to explore the many pleasures the Napa Valley has to offer.

About Culinary Getaways

For an unforgettable day, week or weekend of unique food and wine experiences, embark upon a distinctive Culinary Getaway with Sherry Page.

Experience the local culture in beautiful and flavorful Napa Valley. During our Getaway, we will cook together using the best seasonal ingredients from local farms and taste estate wines paired with the finest cheeses. For longer Getaways, we will also tour edible gardens, learn about chocolate, compare sea salts and olive oils and enjoy multiple-course meals paired with regional wines at private settings and in the best local restaurants.

Sherry Page will be your guide, sharing expertise that she has gathered through years of global culinary explorations. Sherry limits Getaways to seven guests to ensure intimate, personal experiences. Culinary Getaways can accommodate larger groups for private events. Ask about special corporate team building programs too!

Please ask Sherry about her special rates for Goosecross Cellars Wine Club members.

A message from Sherry Page

“One of my favorite discoveries was the incredible wines at Goosecross Cellars. My first experience was with their “Oak Knoll” Viognier, which I found to be unique and refreshing. I quickly discovered more of their great wines, including their beautiful, bold Cabernet Sauvignons. They pair so well with many of my favorite seasonal recipes. The folks at Goosecross are so approachable and very knowledgeable about wine, too. It is always a pleasure to visit their tasting room. They are wine experts without being wine snobs.”

Please visit the Culinary Getaways website and Culinary Guide at