Join the Baringo and Gisborne Collective team for a fantastic event at Glen Junor Belted Galloways farm – part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival’s Regional World’s Longest Lunch.

This pastoral ‘Proactive Retrospective’ lunch at Gisborne’s stunning Glen Junor Belted Galloways farm will showcase dishes from the past and for the future.

Prepared by Baringo chefs Tim Austin and Angelo Boeti and chef Nathan Presley of Gisborne Collective, the menu will be matched to current and back vintage wines from local wineries Bindi Winegrowers, Curly Flat and Hanging Rock.

With Glen Junor’s rolling hills and Belted Galloway cattle as the backdrop, this promises to be an unmissable lunch.

Book your tickets online now!

Further Information

Transport Options

Buses departing from Baringo in Gisborne at 12:15pm, pricing to be confirmed. Please contact the event organiser on 03 5428 2144 to confirm your seat.

 

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