The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival will be tantalising your tastebuds from March 4-13 next year.
There are ooooooodles of amazing events on during this time (ticket sales are now open!) and you can check them all out here – www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au/program
Our pick of the events below.
A go-to event on the calendar of many passionate foodies, Bank of Melbourne World’s Longest Lunch heralds the beginning of the Festival with great food, wine and company.
Discover a few surprises at our Festival Opening Party! Not only will you be able to explore the Secret Garden, you’ll enjoy a menu designed by some of the Festival’s favourite chefs, visiting from around the corner and across the globe.
Settle in and let time go at The Little Veggie Patch’s Pop Up Patch. Nestled among vibrant veggie gardens with sunshine as the backdrop, enjoy cool drinks from Little Creatures and savvy snacks and cocktails designed by Tommy Collins.
Legendary jazz musician Paul Grabowsky and TV icon Steve Vizard celebrate Melbourne’s two great loves, food and music theatre, in a new musical exploring friendship and the joy and power of food.
Remember when you were little and you spent afternoons watching mum cooking delicious food? Relive those memories while learning to cook the perfect gnocchi with our chef, followed by lunch.
Join us when Windsor’s illicit Artists Lane comes alive with hawker-inspired street food from local favourites Hanoi Hanna, Mr Miyagi, Hawker Hall, Susie Wong and House of Hoi An.
Just how good is your palate? We will match wines to each dish and pour them carefully. But that’s it. They shall remain nameless until the end when you compete to pick the flavours from New Zealand’s most awarded winery.
Madame Brussels is flinging open her doors to reveal the magical Mad Hatter’s garden. Indulge in free flowing Tahbilk Marsanne, served many ways, and delectable desserts at the party of all parties.
Happy snaps from the media launch below x