The Good Food & Wine Show is back and guaranteed to provide a never-before-seen food experience!
Alongside the food, wine and gastronomic creations there will be the biggest line up of renowned local and international chefs including popular British TV star Ainsley Harriott, Spanish chef Miguel Maestre and Australian TV chef Alastair McLeod.
Hundreds of well-known as well as boutique exhibitors will be showcasing their gourmet food, wine and micro brewery products, with a focus on on-trend foods and beverages.
Tickets for Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane available at www.goodfoodshow.com.au.
Great show tasted lots of food samples and wine. Some nice stuff to take home too.
This was a thoroughly enjoyable event! It was a brilliant opportunity to sample new and amazing food or drinks. There was an abundance of food to taste from delicious cheeses to decadent chocolates. Something for everyone is on offer and you certainly won’t leave hungry. Would definitely attend again - Well worth it!
The show was very good,there were lots of samples for every one to try,and a large range of beer and wine and also cider.A very enjoyable day it was.
I was able to attend the Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show on both Sunday and Monday. i brought guests with me to both viewings.
The show as great. I did enjoy meeting the local food and wine producers. It was nice chatting and finding out much more about local produce and the local family that run the businesses. Each and every exhibit that I visited gave me their personnal attention.
The show was very crowded on Sunday. Almost too crowed, but it did provide an opportunity to rub up against some of Melbourne's finest foodies..HA-HA
Monday was less crowded so I had more of an opportunity to chat with the local producers and vendors. I also took the opportunity to sample the wide varity of wine on show.
Thank you very much for the opportunity to attend. I look forward to next year.
The Melbourne 'Good Food & Wine Show' was an incredibly amazing experience. I got to try truffle salsa and truffle oil. The wine there was amazing. When I first walked in to the show I was completely blown away by how big it was. There were so many different places that had foods or wine. The tasting wine glass was $6.00, it was very nice and a nice memento to remember the 2015 show. The sovereign hill lolly shop appeared at the show, their raspberry drops were their best seller. They were so good but they had such a huge selection of lollies. A lot of people had their young kids and babies in prams at the show, personally I don't think it is a place for kids. There is way too much alcohol and I just think it should be an adult only event. To buy a bottle of wine or liquor the price was very reasonable. 'Flowers For Lucy' is the most amazing moscato was the most amazing wine I have ever tasted, I would highly recommended to anyone. The food was incredible and if it wasn't sample food it was a very good price. The alcohol and wine that you could buy from the show was completely under-cost. It's a special they do for the show. My partner and I are going to make going to the show each year a tradition of our own. We absolutely loved it, I almost can't wait until the 2016 show. Thank-you to the Lifestyle channel for giving me the chance to attend this amazing experience.
A good show with something for everyone. I really enjoyed watching some of the cooking demonstrations and some of the new products that are not on offer in the market place. The entry fee was reasonable but costly when you attended as a family.
Came home with a lot of great inspiration and a few really good products.
My first time at the Food and Wine show was a nice surprise. I loved tasting all the samples, especially the wines and cheeses (Warrnambool Cheddars was my favourite). The variety of foods was terrific, from handmade dips, to sauces and yummy desserts like brownies. Loved seeing celebrity chefs demonstrate their skills, more demonstrations would be even better.
Really difficult to park and parking very expensive. Had no idea where to go, we're not given a map like everyone purchasing tickets.
Once in side it was more like wine and some food, and extremely busy. Doubt we would go back
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