At the CIA at Greystone in the heart of California’s famous Napa Valley, you’ll find an energetic community of aspiring chefs, food and wine professionals, and top-notch teachers. Here, we offer our innovative associate degree programs in either culinary arts or baking and pastry arts, based on the same curriculum that has helped so many future food leaders at our main campus in Hyde Park, NY. You’ll also find unique certificate programs in culinary arts and wine and beverages at Greystone.
To support and enhance your learning experience, the CIA at Greystone features world-class teaching kitchens, the Williams Center for Flavor Discovery, Rudd Center for Professional Wine Studies, the student-staffed Wine Spectator Greystone Restaurant and Bakery Café by illy, the Vintners Hall of Fame, a large campus store stocked with everything from cookbooks and cookware to gourmet gifts and treats, an extensive herb garden, and three student housing choices.
With so many course offerings, we’re sure we have the right program for you. Create your account to get more information about our programs or to start your application today.
After spending a few days in Lima, it was time for a change in scenery. A short one-hour flight later, we had gone from sea level to roughly 11,000 feet. It was my first time in an area of higher elevation, and I noticed that things seemed a little calmer than in the busy city […]
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On our third day in Paris, we had a very early wake-up call—3:30 a.m.! We quickly ate breakfast (a croissant and double espresso), and moved to our bus so that we could get to Rungis Market; sometimes referred to as the Belly of Europe. That’s probably because Marché d’Intérêt National de Rungis is the largest wholesale […]
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