The Spring Graze is a celebration of new season produce, brought to you by the team behind the Melbourne Food and Wine festival. Which means you can expect an indecent amount of wine dinners, long lunches and picnics celebrating spring lamb, fresh veg, new wines and the people who produce them.
Try lamb baked in hay at Rose Diner and Bar, Italian style at Bakini on St Kilda Road, or in burgers at that house of bluegrass and awesome, the B.East. You can even meet and chat to some of the people who have had a hand at producing Victoria’s spring bounty at Libertine or at Royal Saxon’s 'Meat and Greet'.
Booze-hounds, join the Battle of the Browns wine debate at Bottega, or let sommelier Matt Skinner teach you to pair your dish with drops at the Perfect Match tutorial.
Got some wheels? Visit regional Victoria’s restaurants and wineries. Embrace Italian-style food and wine tastings at All Saints Estate’s spring fling, soak up the atmosphere among the barrels at Foxeys Hangout in Red Hill, or indulge in breakfast with bubbles at Oakridge Wines in the Yarra.