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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.
Seafood lovers take note! Mark Saturday 21 February 2015 in your diary and grab your family, friends and picnic rug and head on down to Victoria's...
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.
Indulge in a ten-day food-filled celebration of the region's harvest, food and wine, producers, farmers, provedores, restaurateurs and vignerons.
High Street, Mansfield will come alive. Enjoy the vast range of quality regional wines, food and produce. Meet the makers at the annual Upper...
See celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow in action and soak up the live music and family fun – all in the heart of the beautiful Grampians National Park.
High Country Harvest is a regional celebration of food, wine and beer in Victoria's spectacular North East. More than 40 delicious events over 10...
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21 Feb 2015
From $39.50 - $39.50
The Great Australian Beer Festival (GABF) is returning bigger and better in 2015. More brewers and brews from all around Australia, loads more space...
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21 - 22 Feb 2015
From $69 - $79
The Langham, Melbourne presents a world of enchantment and treats for little ones in a Disney Princess High Tea. Little ones will enjoy tiara and...
27 Feb 2015
Experience the Old Melbourne Gaol in a new light when it's transformed into a pop-up vodka bar for one night only. Your ticket gives you access to...
27 Feb - 15 Mar 2015
27 - 28 Feb 2015
From $150 - $150
As part of the 2015 Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, Coombe the Melba Estate will be hosting a special evening "Dine from Melba's Garden Enjoy canapés...
Artisan bread will be the rising star of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival's pop-up hub for 2015: Festival Artisan Bakery and Bar. Transforming the...
27 Feb - 14 Mar 2015
Hold on to your seat for a thrilling culinary experience as Melbourne Food and Wine Festival's guest chefs join forces with some of Melbourne's...
A Melbourne Food and Wine Festival classic, Restaurant Express sees Melbourne's most celebrated restaurants give you the chance to enjoy their most...
Choose from various menus and pre-book your seat at Chinatown Feast, an outdoor celebration on Little Bourke Street. Locanda at Rydges Melbourne and...
28 Feb 2015
From $10 - $20
Melbourne Racing Club has proudly partnered with the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival to bring a colourful Asian street food market to their popular...
Overnight accommodation at Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel including breakfast, three course dinner at The Argus Dining Room and a 60 minute pass to the mineral water bathing zone.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is the largest of its kind in the world. The festival hosts more than 200 events and attracts around 300,000 people each year.
Katrina Pizzini's A tavola! Cooking School is based at Pizzini Wines in the King Valley. Katrina's hands on classes are held in a purpose built...
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Under the same roof as Prahran Market you'll find a fabulous pantry overflowing with specialty food, cookware, recipe books and a cooking school.
Experience true Pizzini style in a warm family atmosphere while tasting top regional Italian varietals. Stay on at the Pizzini Vineyard guesthouse.
Join Foodie Trails for a class on Indian Home cooking, specifically the Thali meal. The Indian Thali is not just a meal or a plate; it is, in fact, a...
Deliberate over the all-day tapas and wine menu, visit the farm shop and join a Mornington Peninsula cooking class at this haven for food lovers.
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.
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.
See Bright in its autumnal splendour, and make the most of nearby snowfields, national parks and exceptional home-grown food and wine.
Get your foodie fix in Healesville, a regional food and wine hub, before visiting cellar doors or experiencing wildlife at Healesville Sanctuary.
Be charmed by the historic seaside village of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings, art galleries, shops and great places to dine.
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