fromage a trois

If you’re looking for something tasty to do with friends (no, not that kind of tasty – it says fromage not menage) then you might want to head to the beautiful grounds of Werribee Mansion on 15 March for the return of cheese and cider festival, Fromage A Trois.

Now in its second year, the festival will feature more than 60 exhibitors including Australia’s finest cheese, cider and wine producers, allowing guests to really ‘meet the makers’ and discover the ins and outs of Australia’s vibrant and internationally awarded food and drink industry.

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The entire festival will be a truly sensory affair. Whether it is sampling local and international cider and wines, watching live cooking demonstrations by some of Melbourne’s best chefs, witnessing fresh mozzarella being stretched, sampling the delicious offering from some of Melbourne’s most iconic food trucks, indulging in local and imported cheese, or inspecting Prickly Moses’ on-site brew house and lounge, there will be things to see and do for both the young and young at heart.

Joining the festival are some of Melbourne’s most iconic food haunts and trucks including Trailer Made, White Guy Cooks Thai and Brûlée Cart, as well as local breweries including Two Birds Brewing who will be serving up their delicious ales including bespoke-ales Bantam Ipa and Taco Beer.

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Renowned Cheesemonger Naomi Cristante will be taking to the main stage alongside other professional chefs, to take visitors on a culinary journey, demonstrating how to be versatile with cheese and incorporating it into your every day cooking.

Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased directly from Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.com.au. Children under 12 get in for free.

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