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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.
Indulge in a ten-day food-filled celebration of the region's harvest, food and wine, producers, farmers, provedores, restaurateurs and vignerons.
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...
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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14 - 15 Mar 2015
Pfeiffer Wines is excited to announce the inaugural two day festival of non-stop music showcasing talented independent musicians, award winning...
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The Herb & Chilli Festival is great regional festival only an hour's drive from Melbourne. Each year the festival celebrates all things related to...
14 Mar 2015
From $15 - $15
The Pyrenees winegrowing region has a long association with French winemakers and wineries. At the Avoca River Festival you can happily explore this...
If you love all things cake, do not miss the Melbourne Cake Expo in March 2015. The Cake Expo will showcase a diverse range of cake specialists, from...
A market festival along the beautiful Avoca River featuring 18 wineries, breweries and cider makers of the region as well as a variety of gourmet...
15 Mar 2015
Take a leisurely stroll along the path that rings the leafy greenery of the Royal Botanic Gardens, affectionately known to locals as The Tan, and...
Melbourne's renowned cheese and cider festival, Fromage A Trois, returns to the beautiful grounds of Werribee Park Mansion on 15 March 2015 with a...
In conjunction of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Bendigo region's best restaurants are currently planning the menu for one almighty picnic...
17 Mar 2015
St Patrick's Day will see Australia's six million Irish, Irish descended and even the Irish at heart congregate for the world's largest celebration...
21 Mar 2015
From $55 - $59
Go on a global cultural journey to Colombia, with a cooking demo, tapas and a shared dining experience with new friends. You'll be greeted with a...
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.
Under the same roof as Prahran Market you'll find a fabulous pantry overflowing with specialty food, cookware, recipe books and a cooking school.
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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...
Katrina Pizzini's hands on classes will leave everyone empowered and inspired by the end of the session. Most classes are taught by Katrina, but...
Experience true Pizzini style in a warm family atmosphere while tasting top regional Italian varietals. Stay on at the Pizzini Vineyard guesthouse.
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.
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...
Be charmed by the historic seaside village of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings, art galleries, shops and great places to dine.
Lead a double life in Daylesford, a village dedicated to wellbeing in the heart of Victoria's spa country just a stone's throw from Melbourne.
Wander past elaborate façades built during the nineteenth century gold rush and see why Yackandandah has been classified by the National Trust.
Your Macedon Ranges food and wine adventure isn't complete without a visit to Kyneton a gourmet village that punches well above its weight.
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.
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