Head to Victoria's High Country for a special Feast


Food and drink will take centre stage as the best producers, chefs, winemakers and brewers in Victoria's High Country's combine for a region-wide Feast Festival this May.

A busy program of events will celebrate the outstanding natural beauty of the mountains, valleys, vineyards and villages of the region and the talented local folk.





Feast High Country Festival is in its seventh year in 2019 and will include more than 40 events at cellar doors, village caf├ęs, hatted restaurants, among the vines and by the light of bonfires from Mansfield to the King Valley, Beechworth to Bright, Rutherglen to Mount Beauty and Corryong to Falls Creek.

Highlights of this year's Feast Festival program around the region include Patrizia's Harvest Forage with Bright foodie royalty Patrizia Simone. Take an early morning walk around Bright foraging for ingredients for your lunch then get the lowdown from the celebrated chef on how to turn your found produce into a five-course Italian feast.

Also check out the Fermentation Degustation at Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth where founders Ben and Maria Kraus will host a four-course matched dinner with a difference, where fermentation is the hero of the night.

In Merrijig, guests can join winemaker David Ritchie in a toast to the 50th anniversary of Delatite Wines, including a five-course degustation dinner paired with some special wines from the cellar.

Lunch With Three Italians at Pizzini Wines in the King Valley wiill showcase Italian food, wine and opera with food by Adam Pizzini of Rinaldo's Casa Cucina, Pizzini's own Italian varietal wines, and opera courtesy of Catherine Pendelich and Ced Le Medelo.

Check out the full program at www.feasthighcountry.com.au

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