Mustard | Edible Flowers | Basil | Winter Squash
Grange Harvest Dinner Series
Celebrate Napa Valley’s abundant bounty with our Grange Harvest Dinner series. Held at the Grange in our chef’s garden, each convivial multi-course dining experience will honor the infinite connection between the land, ingredients, makers and farmers by focusing on a single, exceptional seasonal ingredient.
2023 Grange Harvest Dinner Series:
March 26 | Mustard – Available to Book Now
May 21 | Edible Flowers
August 6 | Basil
November 5 | Winter Squash
Future Grange Harvest Dinners
May 21 | Edible Flowers Dinner
Beautiful blooms in the gardens and hillsides are a hallmark of springtime in Napa Valley. Many of the most gorgeous blooms in the region are edible, adding not only plumes of color to the landscape, but visual interest and variety to dishes. Celebrate Napa Valley’s edible spring flowers with a multi-hued, multi-course dinner featuring borage with its delicate purple blooms, mustard’s unmistakable golden yellow petals, pearly white sweet pea blossoms, bright orange nasturtiums, and much more.
Delicately flavored and intensely aromatic, basil is a powerhouse herb, and a staple in disparate cuisines from around the globe. Celebrate basil’s plenitude of uses with a multi-course dinner that presents the most flavorful basil varieties, including the pungent Tulsi Holy Basil found in Indian cuisine, the sweet and slightly spicy Genovese basil commonly used in Italian cooking, and the sturdy and beautiful Blue African basil which adds a striking addition to any plate.
Winter Squash Dinner
Known for its hard skin and sweet flesh, harvesting winter squash in the Napa Valley can be a challenging yet rewarding endeavor. The region's warm days and cool nights provide the ideal climate for growing a variety of winter squash, including Honeynut, Red Kuri, and Koginut. It is the perfect ingredient for adding warmth and comfort to dishes during the colder months. With its vibrant colors and rich flavors, winter squash is a stunning addition to any autumnal spread. From creamy soups to hearty stews, it is a versatile ingredient that can elevate any recipe.