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Food and wine frenzy

12 Mar 2015

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By Kara Bertoncini

Now into its 23rd year, this month’s Melbourne Food and Wine Festival offerings along Southbank Promenade continued to delight Melbourne’s foodies.

For the fourth year in a row, Queensbridge Square hosted the pop-up hub, Festival Artisan Bakery and Bar.

The transformation of Queensbridge Square is always a highlight for Southbank as the aromas of freshly-baked breads and brewed coffee fill the air.

While festival-goers were encouraged to indulge, there was also a slew of workshops and cooking demonstrations.

International bakers Justin Gellatly and Eric Kayser shared their culinary skills. Melbourne’s vibrant and culinary soul is celebrated year after year and brings family and friends together.

The festival runs until March 15, so why not get down to Queensbridge Square – the perfect setting to share a continental food board, tasty desserts or a glass of wine.

As you stroll along the Yarra you will discover and share ideas with other food and wine fanatics as you celebrate Victoria’s food and wine industry.

The Melbourne Food and Wine festival is now recognised as Australia’s leading food and wine event and welcomes food connoisseurs from all over the world.

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