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Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2012

With more than 250 events packed into 10 days right across Victoria, the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival spills through Melbourne restaurant doors, down narrow laneways, out into bustling foodie precincts and deep into picturesque wine and river country.

 

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival – Australia’s internationally acclaimed celebration of food and wine. Each year, the Festival unveils a world-class program of more than 250 events over two weeks – a true expression of Melbourne’s infamous love of food and wine that captures the attention of food-lovers in their hundreds of thousands.

Entering its 19th year, the Festival’s prestigious reputation attracts the world’s biggest culinary and wine personalities to its door to participate in a program that also showcases Victoria’s own celebrated chefs, restaurateurs, winemakers, sommeliers, producers and artisans.

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is when Victoria’s love of food and wine comes alive, join in..

 

When: 2 – 21 March 2012

 

For full details refer to the MFWF website – www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au

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