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Sydney Italian Wine & Food Festival

When:

Sun 14 Sep 2014, 11:00am–8:00pm

Where: Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Proudly presented by Smeg, the ‘Sydney Italian Wine + Food Festival’ will celebrate Italian wine, food and culture in a spectacular one-day event at Sydney Town Hall on Sunday 14th September, 11am - 8pm.

Featuring over 250 premium Italian wines to taste (including some from Italian specialists in Australia), meet the winemakers and importers. A unique feature of the festival is that the wines are presented by region, giving attendees the opportunity to learn more about Italian wine styles and the regions they come from.

Gourmet Traveller Wine magazine presents five Italian wine masterclasses, hosted by renowned journalists Huon Hooke and Max Allen, plus Artisan Italian beer tasting and beer seminars.

Food will be provided by Sydney’s top Italian restaurants (including Pilu at Freshwater, Ormeggio, Balla, Via Napoli, A’Tavola, Aperitivo + more) and cooking demonstrations by CIRA’s Italian celebrity chefs (including Giovanni Pilu and Alessandro Pavoni), plus ‘Alessandro’s Lasagne Challenge’ will be judged by top Australian journalists.

Also an Italian food market (bread, cheese, salumi, pasta, olive oil, and biscotti from artisan producers), plus Italian language classes, and a wine garden with live Italian jazz music.