The Melbourne Food And Wine Festival has once again come and gone proving that Melburnians sure know how to eat and drink, well. For 20 days we jumped from indulgent wine breakfasts to masterclasses held by some of the best chefs in the world, dinner with David Chang and listened to Anthony Bourdain talk about food and travel, bootleg booze and his last meal (Jiro's onigiri). We've been out to the country for the regional World's longest lunches only to come back for dinner at Joost's sustainable Greenhouse before finishing the night at The Broadsheet Bar presented by Schweppes for a cocktail by Melbourne's leading bartenders.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary the festival ran for 20 days this year, and we were all the better for it. It is a testament to our city and the dedicated eaters that this event has been going strong that long and is getting bigger ever time. We had a lot of fun again this year, and to reminisce the celebration of food, here are a few snaps of the festivities.