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Good Food and Wine Show 2019

A weekend full of live cooking demonstrations, chef's lunches, masterclasses and a whole heap of wine tastings.
By Marissa Ciampi
June 15, 2019
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Good Food and Wine Show 2019

A weekend full of live cooking demonstrations, chef's lunches, masterclasses and a whole heap of wine tastings.
By Marissa Ciampi
June 15, 2019
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It's that time of year again — the Good Food and Wine Show is back for 2019. This year, it'll span 800 wine varieties and over 250 exhibitors in a weekend full of live cooking demonstrations, chef's lunches, masterclasses and a whole heap of wine tastings. The event will take over the International Convention Centre Sydney across three days from Friday, June 21–Sunday, June 23.

Some of Australia's top chefs will be in tow, including Sydney's chef extraordinaire Matt Moran (Barangaroo House, The Paddo Inn), who will team up with celeb chef Maggie Beer to cook the perfect roast chicken. Other big names include Kylie Kwong (Billy Kwong), Anthony Puharich (Vic's Quality Meats), Colin Fassnidge (Four in Hand, 4Fourteen), Masterchef's George Calombaris, television host Miguel Maestre and Brisbane's Alastair McLeod.

Most of the chefs will also run three-course chef's lunches, paired with matched wines for $80. For other eats, visitors can wander down cheese alley, participate in meet-the-makers events and visit artisan food stalls by the likes of Butcher and the Farmer, Olio and Meat & Wine Co. For VIP ticket holders, the lounge includes Margaret River wines, lunch by Matt Moran and desserts by Maggie Beer.

On the wine side of the show, the drops span regions all across Australia, including the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Mudgee, to name a very few. To try the best of the bunch, head to the Riedel drinks lab for one of its free tasting sessions on daily. Apart from wine, there's also a Champagne garden with masterclasses and a Glenfiddich whisky lounge inside a vintage Leyland bus.

Tickets are still available for all three sessions, starting at just $27 per day.

Images: Joseph Byford, James Ambrose, JWyld Photography

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