The Good Food & Wine Show is Australia’s largest and fastest growing consumer food and wine exhibition. Launched in 2001, the Show won the award for Best Consumer Show in 2008, 2009 and 2010 at the prestigious Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia’s Awards for Excellence.
In 2012 over 140,000 visitors will flock to the Shows in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane. You can enjoy a vast array of tastings, hands on master-classes and demonstrations. Previous events have featured many of the biggest name chefs from around the globe including Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay, Rick Stein, Matt Moran, Curtis Stone, Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris, Maggie Beer and Donna Hay.
This year we are excited to host Maggie Beer, Rick Stein, Manu Fieldel, Ainsley Harriot plus many more. 2012 will also see the introduction of new show features such as Cheese Alley, a Wine & Champagne Bar, VIP Dining Room, Chefs Table and more.
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