Admittedly, I mainly ate cheese at Melbourne’s Good Food & Wine Show, and a few Blush tomatoes. My plus-one had the wine part covered, rating Golding as her number one preference.
After a few rounds of the stalls, because you never know what you may have missed the previous round, we decided to watch the talented Matt Moran take to the stage and cook crispy chicken.
The Convention & Exhibition Centre was mixed with foodies, wine connoisseurs, lovers of the food industry showing us the future of the marketplace, and the raw workers from the land that usually remain behind the scenes growing and producing everything us Melbourne foodies love to devour. Hearing from the farmers about the processes and motivations behind their brands was touching, the passion to deliver quality and good flavours lives in all of them.
Get down to the Convention & Exhibition Centre Saturday the 4th and Sunday the 5th and see for yourself how much energy goes into what we put on our plates and in our glasses.
The talked about one-hundred-dollar Haute Dog is available at the food truck stall, served to you by some charismatic guys who, when I was there, invited me into the truck for a look and a photo before heading over to deliver a Haute Dog to Hamish & Andy.
A photo set with vintage costumes, a table full of (maybe fake) food and professional photographer Karin Locke awaits you, ready to take your snap!
If you can’t make it here is a list of the stand out brands/stalls in no particular order, with details on how to purchase their products:
- Haute Dog
Where to get a one-hundred-dollar Haute Dog?
Out the window of a travelling food truck
Location: Australian states
- Golding Wine
Buy online or at the cellar door
- Joiy Sparkling Wine
Stocked at BWS in Australia also in New Zealand and Canada
- St Gerry’s Donuts
Monthly pop up locations around Melbourne
- Mr Black
Cold Press Coffee Licquer
Available at Dan Murphys and Vintage Cellars
- Rogue Wines
Buy online at Wine Angels
- Nelshaby Capers
For a list of South Australian stockists go here
Or for postage options contact Nelshaby Capers directly
Sheep Whey Distillery
Buy the booze online at their website and cheese from Tasmania or by contacting Grandvewe directly
- Blush Tomatoes
Stocked at Woolworths
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About Margaret Gregory
Margaret began writing at high school, and wrote on and off while working to attain a Master of Science degree. After working as an analytical chemist for ten years, participating in activities with the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard and raising a family, she moved on to study writing and editing, and achieve a Diploma in Library and Information services. She entered her first novel The Wild One in the Fellowship of Australian Writers Jim Hamilton Award (2011) and received a highly commended, this award being for an unpublished novel of sustained quality. Now with her boys grown up, she has begun to rewrite her early novels. Editor in Chief and Science Editor for The Australia Times, she lives with her three men in Melbourne, Australia, in a house with a metal roof that is used as a runway by possums.
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