The Good Food and Wine Show 2021

Fri 5th November, 2021 – Sun 7th November, 2021
International Convention Centre
14 Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, Sydney
Price: $30 – $125
Taste your way across the city’s fresh produce, wine, and spirits. It’s all here, from celebrity chefs and masterclasses to interactive tastings and quirky pop-ups.

The Good Food & Wine Show returns in 2021. An interactive celebration of wine, cheese and other local produce will set up at the International Convention Centre in Sydney before visiting other capital cities later in the year.

On the wine front, more than 600 distinctive drops will showcase the nearby Hunter Valley alongside iconic regions from across Australia. Elsewhere, wine writer Nick Ryan will host a series of playful tastings at the Riedel Drinks Lab, exploring everything from versatile pink wines to winter-friendly whites. For a more individualised experience, you can sip your way through the multi-section Wine Selectors Tasting Room.

There are also live cooking demos in the Kitchen by Harris Scarfe, hosted by celebrity chefs (including Spanish chef Miguel Maestre and Master Chef favourite Brendan Pang) or an Eat Local presented by TheFork Restaurant Pop-Up series that includes top Sydney dining destinations such as Nour, Ria Pizza & Wine and plant-based staple Yellow.

Also on-site will be the cheekily named Smelly Cheese Project and Cheese Lane, the scone-and-cream-stacked English Garden, and the market-style Good Food Village. On the spirit front, a vintage 1972 bus has been converted into the Glenfiddich Whisky Wanderer, a unique whisky lounge on wheels. Hendricks and Monkey Shoulder will be present and correct, as will the Ultimate Gin & Tonic Bar from tonic maestros Fever-Tree.

For tickets, you can choose between morning or afternoon sessions on the Friday, Saturday or an all-day session on Sunday. You can also level up with a VIP ticket, which includes a virtual tasting journey to Margaret River.

Find out more about the Good Food & Wine Show & buy tickets.

This story was produced by Broadsheet in partnership with the Good Food & Wine Show.