If you wish to enjoy the longest lunch, then Melbourne is the place for you, here a pop-up artisan opens bakery daily in the heart of the city. Here you would see a long lunch for 1,500 people unite through a leafy urban oasis, this lunch is more like a barbecue opening party, where people will sit and talk about the future of food. It is ne of the way you can see the vibrant and the culinary spirit of Aussie. Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is presented by Bank of Melbourne, it is a great journey where you might explore some of the greatest cuisine of Australia on the most spectacular settings. At this festival you might see famous dining spots to unexpected venues, like rooftop bars to hide cellars. All the possible eating spots, that is available across regional Victoria. This festival is the perfect time to know more about food and wine in Melbourne. This festival is the perfect mix of Food, art and music, and people here can unfold the Melbourne’s great cultural institutions unite with MFWF exclusively. One can grip solo dining at a special viewing of Andy Warhol’s Jewish Geniuses, and on the other hand, you have and Warhol Now at Jewish Museum of Australia’s Table for One. Then you have the option to select Dan Hunter’s Brae (Birregurra) and Andrew McConnell’s Cutler & Co., where you will get balanced tastes and textures of their carefully designed menus along with the rich sights and sounds of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
1. Foodie Family at the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival in Melbourne
At this festival many global greats present for a dynamic weekend and sharing inspirations, conversations, and memory-making tastings. Here you can taste the some of the finest culinary art from stars including the legendary Ruth Rogers from River Café in London. then many other stars like cult café creator Bill Granger (Bill’s, UK, Australia and Japan), king of wild Canadian cuisine Jeremy Charles (Raymonds, St John’s, Canada), dessert maestro Janice Wong (2 am:dessert bar, Singapore) and punk rocker turned nose-to-tail advocate Jamie Bissonnette.
2. Cellar Door Farm Gate at Melbourne Food & Wine Festival in Melbourne
Here you will get to see an extraordinary international gathering of more than 40 biodynamic wineries. It is one of the major events in the festival. Acqua Panna Global Wine Experience also returns and given two bold sessions – ‘The Classics’ and ‘The Not So Classics’. At this place you get some nice suggestion from leading wine commentators Lisa Perotti-Brown (Singapore).