Sydney Italian Wine and Food Festival
Special Event was Sunday 21st of August 2016 from 11am to 9pm at Sydney Town Hall, Centennial Hall
Everything that's good about eating and drinking in Italy comes together under one roof in August in Sydney with the Italian Wine & Food Festival. This event was in May in Melbourne and it was a real success. Just as the appeal of Italian food runs from street-style pizza fun for the whole family to fresh pasta finery for the connoisseur, the festival has food, drink, entertainment and information to suit everyone from spaghetti-loving kids to the most engaged Italian-speaking wine lover. The Italians say they do it better! Are you ready to put them to the test?
What can we expect from the fourth year of Sydney’s biggest Italian food festival?
The event will host chefs from some of Sydney’s favourite Italian restaurants, the Chef Giovanni Pilu from Pilu at Freshwater, Giovanni’s philosophy lies at the heart of the restaurant "Food, and the hospitality associated with sharing it, is integral to the Sardinian way of Life", the Chef from Naples Armando Percuoco working at Buon Ricordo Ristorante, the Chef Adam Swanson from the decadent and luxury interiors restaurant Lot 1 without forgetting the Chef Richard Ptacnik from Otto ristorante.
The food market will feature stalls from Goose on the Loose, RivaReno, Dolcettini, Velutti’s Fresh Produce and a pop-up cooking school from Salt Meats Cheese, among others...
With more than 200 wines and a move to Town Hall’s upper sanctum, this year’s Sydney Italian Food and Wine Festival is going to be amazing!
Opening hours: 11am - 9pm
Price range: from 65Au$ (session A+B), 90Au$ All Day Pass, 145Au$ VIP Pass.
Type of Cuisine/Wine: Italian but also Australian wines that feature Italian grape varieties
We speak: English
More details on: http://www.italianwinefoodfestival.com.au/sydney/
Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/ItalianWineFoodFestival
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How to find Sydney Italian Wine and Food Festival
Where to meet? Sydney Town Hall, Centennial Hall – 483 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Sydney Town Hall is close to Bay beans Coffee owned by James Axisa and Vans Concept Store.
An easy way to find his way - The Map
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The buzz at the Italian festival was amazing and the venue outstanding, so many friendly people, succulent food tasting, amazing wine selection... One day is probably not enough but it's a good experience in our beautiful city of Sydney. Italians are really very pro!
What do we get for $145? What's included in the vip pass?
Hi Lionel, the VIP pass includes Festival, Market + Garden Entry + All Wine Tasting – No Tokens! + Festival Tasting Booklet + Coffee + Mineral Water + Cooking + Food Demos + Food Workshops + VIP Plumm Wine Glass to Keep + VIP Garden + Sommelier Service + Glass of Wine + Negroni Cocktail + Shopping Tote with Goodies (Food not included).
If you are still single Cordelia, we could go together to the festival :)
Eager to go there next sunday, last year the festival was amazing, i met many nice people and tasted many kind of italian food that i didn't know.
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