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Bon Fromage – Cheese Sampling Sessions

When:

Sat 7 Apr 2018, 11:00am–6:00pm

Where: Mc Coppins Supermarket, 292 Queens Parade, Clifton Hill, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Melbourne's best delis are giving away some of Europe's best cheese. Over March and April consumers can visit their local deli and try a range of cheeses for free. It's all part of the ongoing Bon Fromage Festival of European Cheese, who are putting the best cheeses from Europe on display at some of Melbourne's most loved delis.

Consumers can try a range of exquisite cheese styles from the creamy to stinky and blues. They will also learn about the stories behind some of the world's most famous cheeses. Participating delis include OASIS Fine Foods, McCoppin's, Leo's and Maker Monger.

In addition to being able to experience a range of cheese from Europe, Anthony Femia from Maker and Monger will be running a series of masterclasses at Prahan Market. Consumers can learn about wine and cheese matching, how to build a cheese platter with a wow factor and his secrets to the perfect cheese toastie. All the masterclasses are free and tickets can be claimed via the European Cheeses Australia Facebook page.

"Having just returned from Salon du Fromage in France, I am excited to be sharing my love of cheese with Melbournians—who need no encouragement when it comes eating cheese!" said Anthony Femia, Melbourne's leading cheese monger.

The program is being presented by the Centre National Interprofessionel de l'Economie Laitière (CNIEL), with the support of the European Union.