The Good Food & Wine Show is making a return this winter to tempt turophiles with over 500+ wines and all the cheese you can snack on. Wines from around the country including the likes of Barossa, McLaren Vale, Margaret River, and Clare Valley will be showcased at the event along with — obviously — lots of cheese. There’s also exclusive masterclasses and chef demonstrations so it’s set to be a ‘gouda’ time for all.
The Good Food & Wine Show 2023
Festival-goers will be treated to a selection of over 60 different cheeses from Queensland to France in the event’s 22nd iteration. The festivities kicks off in Melbourne followed by Sydney, Perth and Brisbane and some big names are coming on board to show your palate a good time.
Celebrity chefs, Miguel Maestre, Nagi Maehashi of RecipeTin Eats, and Justine Schofield will take to the stage for The Kitchen by Harris Scarfe — a live on-stage event, alongside Northern Ireland-Australian celebrity chef Alastair McLeod. Popular chefs Brendan Pang and Kirsten Tibballs will also demonstrate their culinary expertise for budding chefs.
Other highlights include an exclusive cheese corner which is where you’ll find us and the Good Food Village where you can fill your bags with artisan products from local producers. Plus expect cutting and slicing demonstrations, mixology masterclasses and plenty of wine tastings. There are over 600 wines to be tasted so needless to say you’re going to be one happy camper when the day is done.
The wine and cheese fest will travel to the following cities:
- Melbourne — May 19 to 23 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC)
- Sydney — June 23 to 25, International Convention & Exhibition Centre (ICC)
- Perth — July 21 to 23, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC)
- Brisbane — October 27 to 29, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)
Head here for more info and ticket details.