The Good Food & Wine Show (GFWS) presented by Citi is back in Perth for 2017 with new features, experiences, masterclasses and first-time local exhibitors.
Visitors to the Perth event on July 14-16 will be immersed in all things food and wine, from the rustic Good Food Village packed with premium artisan producers to engaging with Australia’s favourite celebrity chefs while they share their tips and tricks live on stage. Food and wine masterclasses are on offer for those who prefer a more hands-on experience.
A range of local exhibitors will be representing WA at the show including Noshing Naturally, who’ll be showcasing their vegan cheese selection and Charli G who will be bringing a range of local WA cheeses to the show for the first time. Mount Barker Chicken and Harvey Beef along with Buy West Eat Best will be flying the flag for local WA produce at the Kleenheat Kitchen.
The celebrity chef line-up includes Manu Feildel, Matt Moran, Gary Mehigan, Jack Stein and Adam Liaw. The new Chef’s Lunch series presents visitors with the chance to enjoy an intimate three course meal hosted by the celebrity chefs themselves, matched with premium wine and live music.
Other debuts include the ‘Champagne Taittinger Lounge and Oyster Bar’. For those who want to explore their palate and try new flavours and varietals , the Riedel Drinks Lab will showcase the best wines from the Show floor.
The masterclass offering has also expanded to feature the Smelly Cheese Club. Cape Mentelle VIP Lounge guests will enjoy a premium experience including a light meal designed by one our celebrity chefs, prime Good Food Theatre seating and unlimited drinks from Cape Mentelle.
Another first for 2017 is ‘EAT’ presented by the Citibank Dining Program. EAT is a dining precinct where visitors to the show can experience food and wine from Citi’s dining partner restaurants. Returning favourites include the Good Food Theatre and Cheese Alley, showcasing the best in Australian dairy.
The Good Food & Wine Show is at the Perth Convention Centre on 14-16. Tickets are priced from $25 and available from goodfoodshow.com.au
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