The 2019 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Macedon Ranges program is a cracker. Don’t miss out on these local gourmet events hosted by an array of outstanding Macedon Ranges food and wine experts. Tickets are booking out fast so book now to avoid disappointment!
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Macedon Ranges Program
15 March 2019: Regional World’s Longest Lunch on a Belted Galloway Cattle Farm
Set onthe Glen Junor Belted Galloways cattle farm in Gisborne, this ‘Proactive Retrospective’ lunch showcasing dishes from the past and for the future. The menu will be prepared by Baringo chefs Tim Austin and Angelo Boeti and chef Nathan Presley of Gisborne Collective, and matched to current and back vintage wines from local wineries Bindi Winegrowers, Curly Flat and Hanging Rock. Unmissable.
15 March 2019: 20 Year’s in the Making with Shadowfax and Midnight Starling
Join chief Shadowfax winemaker Alister Timms and Midnight Starling’s Steve Rogers for five courses matched with Shadowfax’s finest chardonnay, pinot gris and pinot noir over the past two decades, served with a whole lot of Macedon Ranges pride. Book accommodation in Kyneton so you can relax and savour the evening without the worry of driving home.
Tickets cost $188. For further details and bookings click here.