Embark on a Delicious Celebration of the Senses
The future will look rosy, sparkling, sun-dappled and everything in between as the 3rd annual Wine & Cheese Fest firmly plants its roots back in Williamstown and returns to Seaworks on Sunday 23 October from 11am-6pm.
Over 60 fine quality wine, cheese and gourmet food providores will be showcasing their artisinal products accompanied by live music entertainment, DJs and stunning views of the city and seascape. From wheels of fine cheeses and savoury sauces, to home-style pastries, pickled preserves, smoked and cured meats, luscious desserts and of course a huge array of wine, ciders and beers for all palates, the Wine & Cheese Fest is a tantalizing feast for the tastebuds.
Master Classes with top industry leaders will be on offer including Wine and Cheese Matching by Pizzini Wines and Milawa Cheese, Yealand Wines Speed Tasting, Mount Avoca Master Class with winemaker Matthew Berry, Ulupna Winery Master Class and the “Maestro of Mozzarella”, Giorgio Linguanti shares his cheese-making skills that will have you leaving packaged mozzarella on the supermarket shelves for good.
The popular Grape Stomp Comp returns to lay down the gauntlet for punters to produce as much juice as possible the old world way…and look good doing it!
Family-friendly, the Wine & Cheese Fest also includes a dedicated Kids Zone area offering fun activities to keep youngsters entertained.
Entry includes a signature Festival glass and a range of ticket prices include tokens for tastings. Book early for discounted ticket prices. Your cup will runneth over!
Don’t miss out on this springtime culinary delight! ##
Event: The Wine & Cheese Fest
Date: Sunday 23 October 2016
Tickets: From $24-$48 / Group 6 pax $20 / Group 10 pax $18 / VIP Marquee $90
Where: Seaworks, 82 Nelson Place Williamstown, VIC
Contact: email@example.com / 0420976847
For more info: wineandcheesefest.com.au/
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