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A Weekend of Culinary Indulgence at Cavallo Point Lodge



Once again, Cavallo will be hosting the Lexus Culinary Classic — a three-day food and wine extravaganza this weekend, March 24-26. As always, it is a brilliant event bringing together 17 celebrity chefs from across the country and 28 vintners.

Chef dinners, sommelier-guided wine tasting, rare Napa Valley vintages, and intimate cooking classes are all on the program which culminates on Sunday with the Lexus Grand Tasting — a pairing of signature dishes with premier wines. I’ve attended this event the past two years and have been overwhelmed by the artistry, the remarkable food and wine, as well as the warm hospitality of everyone participating.

It is an exceptional, one-of-a kind food and wine experience; and in one of my favorite venues, one of the most beautiful, scenic locations in Northern California at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge. It’s no surprise that Cavallo is ranked as one of the “Top 5 Resorts in the U.S.” by Travel & Leisure magazine.

It’s safe to say that this event is truly a feast for all the senses. For tickets and/or VIP weekend packages, visit lexusculinaryclassic.com/tickets

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