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The Good Food and Wine Show hits Brisbane

The festive season is almost here and the Good Food and Wine Show is back again, ready to kick it off. Last week , the Pullman hotel’s rooftop was transformed into a rustic, regional cellar in the sky, taking its guests on a journey around the country one flavour at a time. Wine was flowing and Australian produce was being transformed into mouth-watering appetizers, whilst guests enjoyed the view of Brisbane’s night-lights. The evening featured famous chief Matt Moran who interacted with all the guests and treated everyone to his Bombe Alaska, preparing it before their eyes. The Australian cheese representatives made their mark with a selection of various cheeses, including an incredible halloumi plan fried, topped with balsamic and lemon juice, definitely something to look out for at the show. Bread was available with an array of dips and oils creating an unforgettable combination. Maggie Beer supplied an amazing hamper for a lucky raffle winner, containing a selection of her products and a bottle of the Y series, Yulumba wine. No hand was empty, thanks to the continual appetizers circulating throughout the evening. Each guest had an appetizer in one hand and a glass of wine, beer or cider in the other. The amazing Yullmba wine was enjoyed by all and definitely proved why it was a worthy sponsor of this years Food and Wine Show. The evening left a delectable taste in everyone’s mouth, being only a slither of what can be expected at the Good Food and Wine Show.
The Show kicks off tomorrow the 8th and runs through till Sunday you can find all the info you require at the below link
http://www.goodfoodshow.com.au/index.php/location/brisbane
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The Good Food and Wine Show hits Brisbane

The festive season is almost here and the Good Food and Wine Show is back again, ready to kick it off. Last week , the Pullman hotel’s rooftop was transformed into a rustic, regional cellar in the sky, taking its guests on a journey around the country one flavour at a time. Wine was flowing and Australian produce was being transformed into mouth-watering appetizers, whilst guests enjoyed the view of Brisbane’s night-lights. The evening featured famous chief Matt Moran who interacted with all the guests and treated everyone to his Bombe Alaska, preparing it before their eyes. The Australian cheese representatives made their mark with a selection of various cheeses, including an incredible halloumi plan fried, topped with balsamic and lemon juice, definitely something to look out for at the show. Bread was available with an array of dips and oils creating an unforgettable combination. Maggie Beer supplied an amazing hamper for a lucky raffle winner, containing a selection of her products and a bottle of the Y series, Yulumba wine. No hand was empty, thanks to the continual appetizers circulating throughout the evening. Each guest had an appetizer in one hand and a glass of wine, beer or cider in the other. The amazing Yullmba wine was enjoyed by all and definitely proved why it was a worthy sponsor of this years Food and Wine Show. The evening left a delectable taste in everyone’s mouth, being only a slither of what can be expected at the Good Food and Wine Show.
The Show kicks off tomorrow the 8th and runs through till Sunday you can find all the info you require at the below link
http://www.goodfoodshow.com.au/index.php/location/brisbane
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