Back for its 21st anniversary, the show has been revamped with a new look and refreshed branding.
More than 220 vendors will be exhibiting their gourmet goods, with over 600 wines and 60 cheeses to indulge in. There are also masterclasses, restaurant pop-ups, celebrity chef demonstrations and special tastings on offer.
What’s on at The Good Food and Wine Show
The Good Food and Wine Show is brimming with experiences to keep every visitor busy.
Notable chefs will show off their refined culinary skills on stage, whipping up impressive dishes that you can replicate at home. The celebrity guest list includes Matt Moran, Miguel Maestre, Collin Fassnidge, Silvia Colloca, Sammy Jakubiak and Justine Schofield.
Budding wine connoisseurs are invited to The Riedel Drinks Lab which is holding sessions such as “Sink the Pink” and “Let’s get fizz-ical”. The Wine Selectors Tasting Room offers intimate wine tastings paired with food.
Some of Sydney’s finest eateries, including Nour by Collin Fassnidge, newly launched Ria by Brent Savage and two-hatted plant-based restaurant Yellow will feature in the show’s Eat Local Restaurant pop-up.
The four-day event will showcase food and hospitality as well as winemakers from the Hunter Valley, Margaret River, Barossa and Southern Highlands.
This year’s event is expected to be a major driver of business for exhibitors after the show was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
“Exhibitors are very passionate and excited to return to live events,” Good Food & Wine Show Event Director Claire Back told micenet.
Vendors are keen for face to face interaction with their customers, as a result, the fast-approaching Sydney show has almost sold out of floor space.
Sydney: June 24 – 27, International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
Perth: July 30 – August 1, Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Brisbane: October 22 – 24, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Melbourne: November 19 – 21, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Tickets are $30 for general admission and are on sale here.