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SOFT SERVE WINE ICE CREAM Vinomofo is making enjoying wine just that bit sweeter with their limited edition soft serve “wine-scream”, debuting at this year’s Good Food & Wine Show. Imagine a glass of premium European wine in one hand and a delicious tub of creamy, delicious wine-scream in the other. It’s the makings of any wine lovers dream!

QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET WINTER NIGHT MARKET RETURNS Wednesdays are about to get a whole lot warmer with the Queen Victoria Market’s Winter Night Market, returning every Wednesday from June 7 to August 30. The theme this year is ‘Fire and Lights’, with the Market revealing an exciting new lighting concept including installations of large glowing neons and hazy red smoke.

The two delicious types of wine-infused frosty treats on offer are: - The Orgy soft serve wine-scream: a delicious GSM from McLaren Vale made by Vinomofo and the famous wine making brothers, Hither & Yon. - Fanny Limehead soft serve sorbet, a beautifully zesty riesling from Clare Valley made by Vinomofo and Penna Lane. It’s citrus, zesty and fresh. Each wine-scream is gluten free, and the sorbet is lactose-free. Available each day at the Good Food & Wine Show, wine-loving mofos can get these delicious sweet morsels for free!

Open fires, quirky entertainment, 50 specialty stalls, and 30 global food traders are sure to ease the Melbourne winter chill. Winter cuisine will be on show with traders serving up heart-warming dishes and drinks. MoVida’s Paco’s Tacos will be dishing up their famous Mexican street-style tacos along with char-grilled corn on the cob; Those Girls will be warming up market-goers bellies with Hollywood’s latest health food trend, Bone Broth. That’s Amore Cheese are creating a tasty new polenta dish served alongside their famous Parmigiano wheeltossed pastas. The Fondue Corner will be taking us to the Austrian Alps with its famous cheeses; Savoyarde and Raclette Fondue. Churro Kitchen are offering deliciously naughty churro bowls and gooey marshmallow hot chocolates. Butterlake are also back, alluring market-goers with their decadent Taiwanese pancakes.


Mulled wine from ReWine will take up its iconic place at the market, along with Coldstream Brewery serving steaming cups of their hot cider from cauldrons of boozy joy. Championing diversity and providing a unique opportunity to enjoy a cheery midweek event during the cooler months, the Winter Night Market is sure to sate Melburnians

Due to the overwhelming response to

looking for a place to escape the cold once again.

its pop-up store, The Food Repository owner Jony Marcelis has decided to keep

Cnr Queen and Therry Streets, Melbourne

its doors open until August, meaning

Melbourne’s dedicated food-lovers can continue to appreciate a one-stop-shop for products from the metro and regional producers they love.

Originally from Belgium, Marcelis moved to Australia four years ago, working in finance before deciding to follow her passion for well-made food.

The Food Repository, an online store that highlights small producers, launched its

Marcelis handpicks each item stocked by The Food Repository for its sustainable

online presence in November 2016. After

production methods and delicious, natural ingredients. While she has put an emphasis

three successful months, Marcelis opened

on catering to a range of dietary requirements in her store, it’s also the place to find

her pop-up store in Fitzroy to bring

some more indulgent items, such as Fix & Fogg peanut butters and Four Pillars’

her love of small-batch, artisanal food

Breakfast Negroni.

producers to the masses.


GRAM Magazine Issue 73 // JUNE 2017  
GRAM Magazine Issue 73 // JUNE 2017