Good Food and Wine Show 2014 is Here to Spread a Zeal of Taste in Perth, Australia

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After creating an enigmatic buzz in Melbourne and Sydney, Good Food and Wine Show is ready to rock the city of Perth from 11th to 13th July. If you have already booked flights to this magnificent Australian city, do consider being a part of this event to start your weekend with a bang! Wine tasting and food gorging are not the only aspects of this show, its grandeur stretches to numerous colourful activities that allow visitors to learn more about food, ingredients, beverages and enjoy to the core. Here’s brief information about this event, which is one of the most notable food and wine shows in the world.

The Venue

This event is scheduled to take place at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) which is easily accessible by car, bus as well as train. This centre features parking with a capacity of 1500 cars. Travellers who are opting to travel by train can buy tickets for Esplanade Train Station, just a few steps away from PCEC. Those who are travelling by bus  can get down at Esplanade Busport.

Entry Tickets

Travellers grabbing tickets for this show get an access to Good Food Theatre, Riedel Wine Theatre, WA Artisan Lane, Laucke Creative Kitchen and Cheese Alley.

Good Food Theatre

This facility will host the event’s major action. You can watch your favourite TV Chefs as well as restaurateurs flaunting their extraordinary skills while preparing a delicious 3-course meal. You would not mind jotting down expert tips by popular chefs such as Matt Moran, Miguel Maestre and Maggie Beer.

Cheese Alley

Cheese tasting is one of the most unique aspects of this event. Tucker’s Natural Cheese Alley allows you to taste numerous varieties of cheese made from the milk of goats, cows and water buffaloes.

Riedel Wine Theatre

Travellers disembarking flights at Perth can visit Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre to taste some of the best wines in the world. Enrol for wine appreciation class and get introduced to six types of wines. Besides classes, there are numerous sessions conducted by the industry experts.