Foodies of the West unite! The 2014 Good Food & Wine Show returns with a virtual smorgasbord of Australia’s finest produce and a Who’s Who of celebrity chefs and winemakers.
Indulge in the perfect drop at the Riedel A+ Australian Wine Bar, rub shoulders with famed sommeliers and vintners at the Wine Theatre or relax with a cold one in the Beer & Cider BBQ area.
Get up-close and personal with your favourite celebrity chefs with tailored VIP packages; dine with the stars at LifeStyle FOOD Chefs’ Table; and impress your friends with your newly found culinary prowess after taking part in a hands-on cooking skills workshop.
Sample superior Australian dairy produce at informative Cheese Alley (brought to you by Tucker's Natural) sessions or delve deeper into the delectable world of cheese pairing at a Cheese Masterclass. Still hungry for more? International street food hits the halls of the Good Food & Wine Show at the new pop-up “Truck Stop” - featuring mouth-watering delicacies from across the globe.
The 2014 show promises to be better than ever - purchase your tickets before 31 Dec and be the first to hear about our All Star Celebrity Chef line up and VIP Packages.
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