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If you were given the task of describing the taste of Victoria, you'd be best to start your research at one of the state's many and varied food and wine events. Toast the vintages at parties in Victoria's distinct wine regions and get tips on matching wines to the state's fresh produce from superstar chefs cooking at award-winning regional restaurants. Victoria's fresh produce arguably tastes better when eaten outside and accompanied by live music and good friends – picking your own food or learning how to cook it are definitely bonuses.
Raise a toast to regional producers and savour a meal and a glass of wine at delicious food festival events, including the World's Longest Lunch.
Over two weekends in March Rutherglen hosts the ultimate gourmand's party as leading regional chefs and Winemakers partner together to present a...
Treat your tastebuds to a world tour, enjoy live entertainment, and be inspired by local design and produce. Every Wednesday night this summer.
Daylesford Macedon Produce Harvest Week Festival is a celebration of the harvest, dating back to the time when the success of the crops dictated the...
High Street, Mansfield will come alive. Enjoy the vast range of quality regional wines, food and produce. Meet the makers at the annual Upper...
Founded in 1991, the Grampians Grape Escape is regional Victoria's premier food and wine Festival, held during the first weekend of May every year at...
The fun begins at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo 2014, a dedicated four-day event showcasing 150 exhibitors and continuing to build on the...
Charge your glasses and Toast to the Coast; cool climate wines from The Bellarine and the Surf Coast, across to the Moorabool Valley and surrounds.
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15 Mar 2014
From $140 - $140
A progressive dining experience beginning with a tour of the Brew house at Bright Brewery with award-winning craft beer and concluding with a gourmet...
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15 - 16 Mar 2014
From $290 - $310
Enjoy a hands-on fly casting instruction followed by guiding on the King River with two professional fly casting and fishing instructors. A hearty...
From $145 - $155
River sledding has never been cooler. Come for a pool party at King River cruising around on lilos followed by a two-course lunch at Dal Zotto Wines'...
From $120 - $120
Trace the unique history of gin production at this Bass & Flinders Distillery's Gin Masterclass. Be prepared to taste the various gin styles and...
Bring the family see what unique produce this proud community has to offer. Get down and dirty touring a working snail farm and sample the unique...
Indulge in decadent, limited edition flavours at an ice cream celebration set amongst an expansive landscaped grounds and orchards. Enjoy artisan ice...
A day of seafood indulgence and insight with the globe's best culinary minds. Award-winning chef of Sydney's Quay restaurant Peter Gilmore, will join...
From $115 - $115
A unique glimpse into the refined art of viticulture and winemaking, enunciating the pivotal role water plays in wine. This is a rare opportunity to...
The Goods Shed hosts a market extravaganza with plenty of local food, wine and produce sourced from the Murray River as well as entertainment,...
From $65 - $65
Relax lakeside for a two course lunch as you learn about the role of the elements in the making of sourdough bread and wine from a wheat farmer, an...
Thanks to visitvineyards.com, RACV members can save between 10 and 20 per cent off wine, beer and cider purchases and dining experiences.
Two nights in a self-contained cottage at Gisborne Peak winery, including a Taster's Platter for two in your cottage on arrival, a bottle of estate-grown wine and breakfast daily.
Uncover history in every corner of this charming fishing village at the end of the Great Ocean Road with tree-lined streets and heritage buildings.
Be charmed by the historic seaside village of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings, art galleries, shops and great places to dine.
Wander past elaborate façades built during the nineteenth century gold rush and see why Yackandandah has been classified by the National Trust.
Discover the taste of history with a fresh palate in Rutherglen, a historic wine growing area invigorated by a crop of young winemakers.
See Bright in its autumnal splendour, and make the most of nearby snowfields, national parks and exceptional home-grown food and wine.
Perch yourself high above Melbourne and surrounds and observe the striking seasons in the beautiful public and private gardens of Olinda.
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