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Featuring a line-up of renowned international chefs at the

Best Dinner in the World!


Online bookings and information at www.noosafoodandwine.com.au Contents

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF EVENTS QUEENSLAND The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival 2012 is a fantastic example of why Queensland’s tourism and event industry has a bright future. More than 26,000 people attended this festival last year for four days of food, wine and entertainment. And this year, with the continued support of Events Queensland, the Festival is expanding up into the Sunshine Coast Hinterland to broaden the visitor experience. There is so much to see and do in Noosa and across the Sunshine Coast region more broadly - whether it’s exploring the natural beauty of the coastline or enjoying the cafe culture and variety of restaurants and accommodation. As Chairman of both Tourism Australia and Events Queensland, I know and understand the importance of events like this in driving visitation, showcasing the region and providing vital support to the local tourism industry and the jobs and businesses that rely on it. The climate, friendly service and unbeatable environment – as well as a top line up of chefs and entertainment - provide all the ingredients for the Noosa International Food & Wine Festival 2012 to be another resounding success. Congratulations to event organisers and enjoy the experience.

Geoff Dixon Chairman Events Queensland The organising committee looks forward to greeting you at the 9th annual Noosa International Food & Wine Festival. More than 200 food and wine personalities, media, producers and entertainment icons will descend on magical Noosa and the Sunshine Coast Hinterland to celebrate the best food and wine with you and your friends in a relaxed environment. More than 15 exciting events have been added to the program, so there’s something for all tastes. Now extending over four days and with a greatly expanded entertainment program, the Noosa International Food & Wine Festival 2012 is the don’t-miss event for your diary this May. We are especially indebted to all our sponsors, contributors and volunteers who have helped make the festival what it is today. Special thanks to Trudi Jenkins, editor-in-chief of both delicious. and MasterChef Magazine, as well as her teams, and Events Queensland for their incredible support.

thursday Westpac Ruby Luncheon 2 The Cook, The Chef and The Orchestra 2 friday Lifestyle Lunches 3 Sunshine Coast Food Trails 4 Welcome Concert and Party 5 The Mediterranean Degustation 6 Guest Chefs at Sunshine Coast Restaurants 7 saturday Culinary Exhibition 8 Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation 8 Tavola Rustica - A Shared Italian Picnic 8 Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations 9 Champagne and Landmark Wine Tasting 9 Food Critics Cooking Competition 10 The Courier-Mail LIFE Annexe 11 Village Wine Marquee 11 Live Entertainment 12 delicious. Produce Awards Degustation 13 Guest Chefs at Sunshine Coast Restaurants 13 sunday Culinary Exhibition 14 Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation 14 Crispy, Crunchy, Spicy - A Special Asian Picnic 14 Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations 15 Champagne and Landmark Wine Tasting 15 Food and Wine Kiosks 16 The Courier-Mail LIFE Annexe 17 Village Wine Marquee 17 Live Entertainment 18 Qantas Best Dinner in the World 20 Guest Chefs at Sunshine Coast Restaurants 22 weekend gold pass

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contributors 24 Jim Berardo

Greg O’Brien

Lorraine Copley

Coleen Sheffield

Shane Harvey

Suzzanne Roughley

Steven Fisher

ticket prices and bookings

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sponsors

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NB. Program subject to change. Michelle Mason

Caroline Davidson

Susan Ewington

Carolyn Dunn

Leonie Palmer-Fisher

Shane Bailey

Matt Major

Tony Cox

John Fields

Jean Gross

The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival supports the Government initiative of Responsible Service of Alcohol.

Noosa International Food & Wine Festival is an all-weather event


thursday may 17

friday may 18

WESTPAC RUBY LUNCHEON

LIFESTYLE LUNCHES

Session 100

ILVE Auditorium 1

12pm

Where: The Grand Marquee, Lions Park, Noosa Heads Cost: $135 per person for lunch and wine, plus free admission to the Welcome

Join chefs Stephanie Alexander and Nicky Riemer, plus winemaker Jane Ferrari as they discuss food, wine and their colourful career paths. Larke Riemer, Director Westpac Women’s Markets, will lead the lively and informative discussion with these three inspirational women as they share insights into their leadership journey sponsored by: and the role women play in this industry today.

Concert and Party where food and wine is available for purchase.

Top Tastes of Queensland Session 104

Where: Lions Park, Noosa Heads Cost: $135 per person - three-course lunch with matching wines by Yalumba

Hospitality Pavilions Lions Park

Session 105

The evening includes pre-dinner drinks and canapés with the performers, reserved undercover seating for the musical performance, followed by a grand sit-down dinner with matching wines in the hospitality pavilions.

Cost: Session 101 $185 per person - Canapes with wine, Gala Concert and three-course dinner. Gala Concert Only tickets are for open plan seating with direct or transmitted viewing. Food and drinks will be available from the food and wine kiosks. Extra tickets available for purchase.

Cost: Session 102 $55 Adults - Gala Concert only (includes two food/wine tickets) Session 103 $20 Children under 13 - Gala Concert only

Guy Noble

Session 106

ILVE Auditorium 3

12pm

Discover how these talented cooks reached the top of the MasterChef ladder. Join Julie Goodwin, Adam Liaw and Kate Bracks as they demonstrate a course each to create a winning lunch. Enjoy their creations with matching wines and learn their tricks.

A French Country Picnic Session 107

International Riverside Marquee

12.30pm

Enjoy the flavours of the French countryside on the banks of the Noosa River. Join Jacques Reymond, Ben Batterbury, Ian Curley and Eric Pernoud for rustic fare that transports you to provincial France with matching wines included.

Bookings (07) 5455 4455

Food kiosks by: Noosa Catering, Woodfire Australia, Spoonfed and Senor Paella

Orchestra

1.30pm

Lunch with Australia’s MasterChefs – Julie, Adam and Kate

Delicious sights and smells will stimulate your senses as Maggie and Simon chop, blend, whisk and cook on stage in time with your musical favourites performed by the orchestra under the baton of musical funnyman Guy Noble. This will be a one-off outdoor event guaranteed to whet the appetite of food and music lovers alike. Queen of the Flute, Jane Rutter, will add to the magic of the evening.

Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant as seen on ABC1

ILVE Auditorium 2

See how Australian wines rate on the world stage when Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, our international Master of Wine, joins Mike Bennie, Greg Duncan Powell, Peter Forrestal, Ken Gargett and Tony Love as they present their top drops. Taste the wines, listen to the experts’ opinions and learn how to become an amateur wine judge. Food provided.

5pm 5pm

The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival 2012 will open with a unique Gala Concert and Dinner. The Cook, The Chef and The Orchestra will feature Australian food icons Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant with the Queensland Virtuosi.

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11.30am

Australian Wine on the World Stage

The Cook, The Chef and The Orchestra Gala Concert and Dinner Gala Concert and Dinner Concert Only

ILVE Auditorium 1

What do you get when you combine the best Queensland produce with award-winning local wines and six of the state’s best chefs? The best lunch in Australia, of course. Join Queensland food doyenne Lizzie Loel and chefs Shane Bailey, Tony Kelly, Kym Machin, Alastair McLeod, Daniel Ridgeway and Ryan Squires for an amazing six-course lunch with wines presented by Tony Harper.

Enjoy the fabulous food and wine selection put together by Stephanie, Nicky and Jane.

Session 101 Session 102 & 103

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Jane Rutter

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friday may 18

friday may 18

SUNSHINE COAST FOOD TRAILs

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Session 111 + 112

Where: Departing from Lions Park, Noosa Heads

Asian Food Trail Session 108

Garnisha Spice Farm

Departs 11.45am

Travel by bus to the magnificent Sunshine Coast Hinterland for a fun day with Tim Warren of Garnisha Spice Farm. Join MC Matt Preston to tour the lush gardens and sip cocktails by Longrain’s Sam Christie. Chefs Martin Boetz, Cheong Liew, Poh Ling Yeow and David Thompson will cook a fantastic Asian banquet matched with The Lane Vineyard wines by John Edwards. End the day with sweet treats at Belmondos Fresh Food Market.

Cost: $185 per person - lunch with cocktails and matching wines Seafood Afloat Trail Session 109

Noosa River

WELCOME CONCERT AND PARTY

Departs 12.15pm

Cruise the tranquil waters of the Noosa River on board the M.V. Catalina and watch the Spanner Crab Noosa harvest from Laguna Bay. Check some crab pots and pick up fishing tips from Andy ‘Phippsy’ Phipps, our local media seafood expert. Tour Richard Branson’s famous Makepeace Island and enjoy a sushi demonstration. Learn from chefs Hajime Horiguchi, Peter Kuruvita, Shinichi Maeda, Shaun Presland and David Pugh, and enjoy their seafood lunch matched with Pizzini Wines by Alfred Pizzini. A cast member from The Circle will MC.

Lions Park

4.30pm-8pm

Friday night is party night at the Festival when we welcome sponsors, contributors and patrons alike. This year promises to be a showstopper of a party with great food, wine and entertainment. Fabulous trio, Don’t Fret, will get the party rolling at 5pm followed by hot local band, PocketLove. Talented ARIA award-winner Anthony Callea will bring the evening to a climax with his great vocals and dynamic dancing. Food kiosks by: Noosa Catering, Woodfire Australia, Spoonfed and Senor Paella

Cost: Session 111

PocketLove

$65 Adults - includes two food/wine tickets Session 112 $20 Children under 13

Admission and preferential seating to hospitality pavilions for FULL Weekend Gold Pass Holders only.

Cost: $185 per person - lunch with matching wines Hinterland Food Trail - Strings and Straw Session 110

Freestyle Escape

Departs 9.45am

Travel by bus and four-wheel-drive to the fabulous Freestyle Escape in the Blackall Range, near Montville. After a welcome drink on the hay bales, a special mini farmers’ market will offer samples of local produce. Chefs John Barthelmess, Martin Duncan, Mark Jensen and Cameron Matthews will cook up a luscious lunch beside the orchard. The Serendipity String Quartet introduced by Guy Noble will play between courses. Stephanie Alexander will share her passionate, hands-on approach to produce, cooking by the seasons and growing your own. Sturdy walking shoes essential.

Seppelt and Westpac host the hospitality pavilions

Cost: $185 per person - lunch with matching wines

Weekend Gold Pass - details page 22. Online bookings and information at www noosafoodandwine.com.au

All Food Trail attendees receive a ticket for free admission to the Welcome Concert and Party where food and wine is available for purchase.

Anthony Callea Photo by: Angelo Di-Benedetto

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friday may 18

friday may 18

THE MEDITERRANEAN DEGUSTATION

GUEST CHEFS AT sunshine coast RESTAURANTS

Session 113

berardo’s restaurant & bar

Enjoy a magnificent, Mediterranean-inspired, eight-course degustation dinner prepared by leading Australian chefs and matched with some of the country’s best wines.

7pm sponsored by:

Session 114

e’cco bistro, QLD at Rickys River Bar + Restaurant

7pm

Philip Johnson and Glenn Bowman Experience magical river views and a culinary feast.

Cost: $160 per person - four-course dinner with wine

Cost: $295 per person - eight-course dinner with matching wines Bookings (07) 5455 4455

Session 115

Ezard, VIC at Embassy XO

7pm

Teage Ezard and Brendon Barker Feast on Asian flavours at Sunshine Beach.

Cost: $150 per person - six-course dinner with wine Session 116 Shane Bailey berardo’s restaurant, QLD

Matt McConnell Bar Lourinhã, VIC

Alessandro Pavoni Ormeggio and Spiedo, NSW

Giovanni Pilu Pilu at Freshwater, NSW

Restaurant Amusé, WA at Gaston

7pm

Hadleigh Troy and James Phillis East coast meets west coast for a French-inspired dinner.

Cost: $140 per person - four-course dinner with wine Session 117

Ms. G’s, NSW at Season Restaurant

7pm

Daniel Hong and Andrew Tomlin Enjoy Ms. G’s and Season’s Hastings “street food”.

Cost: $150 per person - canapé-style food with beverages Jacques Reymond Jacques Reymond Restaurant, VIC

Ryan Squires Esquire, QLD

Pablo Tordesillas Ortiga, QLD

Adriano Zumbo Adriano Zumbo Patissier, NSW

Session 118

Stokehouse, QLD at Eliza’s

7pm

Tony Kelly and Gareth Collins Indulge in top notch fare at Coolum.

Cost: $150 per person - four-course dinner with wine Bookings (07) 5455 4455

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saturday may 19

saturday may 19 sponsored by:

Spend an action-packed day checking out cooking demonstrations from top chefs, tasting a variety of wines and participating in lifestyle and hospitality discussions with some of the best-loved foodies in the country. Finish the day with a fabulous live concert.

Breakfast Kiosk by berardo’s bistro on the beach 9am to 11.30am. Vittoria Coffee Kiosk from 9am.

From 9am

Culinary Exhibition Chat with our top food producers and taste their delicacies at the Culinary Exhibition, which showcases many of the finalists from the prestigious delicious. Produce Awards. Browse the displays of top-quality cookware, cookbooks and the latest ILVE appliances.

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation Stephanie and her school team will plant a special mini-garden in the Festival Village, replicating the plots that her Kitchen Garden Foundation has set up in primary schools right around Australia. Proceeds from Stephanie’s ‘tasting’ produce will go towards this worthy foundation.

Saturday Admission Tickets

Cost includes admission to The Grand Marquee, Food Critics Competition, Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations, The Courier Mail LIFE Annexe and live entertainment.

Session 119 Session 120 Session 121

General Admission + two tickets for food or wine General Admission - Children Under 13 Gold Pass + six tickets for food or wine*

Tavola Rustica - A Shared Italian Picnic International Riverside Marquee

Main Stage

ILVE Auditorium 1

ILVE Auditorium 3

10am-10.45am MasterChefs’ Dinner Party Kate Bracks, Julie Goodwin, Adam Liaw

10am-10.30am Perfectly Simple Ryan Squires, Pablo Tordesillas

10am-10.30am Kitchen Whizzes Kym Machin, Josue Lopez

10.45am-11.15am Cooking with delicious. Valli Little

10.45am-11.15am Fusion Alastair McLeod, Daniel Ridgeway

11am-11.30am Nahm - UK David Thompson 11.45am-12.15pm Marque - Australia Mark Best 12.30pm-1pm Attica - Australia Ben Shewry 1.15pm-1.45pm The Masters Justin North, Jacques Reymond

$65 $20 $125

*Gold Pass includes General Admission & VIP entry to the hospitality pavilions with preferential concert seating

Session 122

sponsored by:

Enjoy cooking demonstrations by Australian and international chefs.

Where: Lions Park, Noosa Heads

In The Grand Marquee

Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations

12pm

Join friends and family at a communal Italian-style table, set in a stunning corner of the Festival Village overlooking the Noosa River. Share platters of rustic Italian picnic fare prepared by the maestros of Cucina Stupenda - Lucio Galletto, Alessandro Pavoni, Tony Percuoco, Giovanni Pilu and Adriano Zumbo. Matching wines by New Generation Hunter Valley.

Cost: $85 per person (supplementary ticket required)

11.30am-12pm Queensland’s Top Produce David Pugh, Shane Bailey

11.30am-12pm Exotic Fruits Martin Duncan, Cameron Matthews

12.15pm-12.45pm Delicious Canapés Ian Curley, Ben Batterbury

12.15pm-12.45pm Earth & Fire Tony Kelly, Gareth Collins

1pm-1.30pm Vegetarian Happiness Martin Boetz, Matt McConnell

1pm-1.30pm Street Food For Beginners Teage Ezard, Brendon Barker

1.45pm-2.15pm Cooking with MasterChef Sophia Young

1.45pm-2.15pm Easy Seafood Philip Johnson, Peter Kuruvita

ILVE Auditorium 2

9.30am-10am

Thinking about a new kitchen or wine room? Learn about new kitchen technology and design, and get advice from the experts at ILVE, JC Bain and Fifth Seal.

Session 123 Cost: $95 (supplementary ticket required)

11am-12.30pm

Special Champagne Tasting Six excellent vintage and non-vintage champagnes matched with food tastings, presented by champagne experts Bernadette O’Shea and Brand Manager of G.H. MUMM Champagne from France, Julien Marteau. Featuring Riedel glassware. Limited seating.

Session 124 Cost: $55 (supplementary ticket required)

1pm-2.30pm

An Exclusive Wine Australia Landmark Cabernet Sauvignon Masterclass Join Aaron Brasher, Mike Bennie and Jane Ferrari as they guide you through Australia’s signature varietal cabernet sauvignon from leading Australian estates. Initially tasted blind, once the identities of the individual wines are revealed, a tasting will resume with expertly devised food pairings. Lucio Galletto, Lucio’s, NSW

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Alessandro Pavoni Tony Percuoco Ormeggio and Spiedo, Tartufo, QLD NSW

Giovanni Pilu Pilu at Freshwater, NSW

Adriano Zumbo Adriano Zumbo Patissier, NSW

Featuring Riedel glassware. Limited seating.

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Online bookings and information at www.noosafoodandwine.com.au

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saturday may 19

saturday may 19

FOOD and WINE KIOSKS, FOOD CRITICS COOKING COMPETITION

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Join Australia’s top restaurant reviewers as they prepare fantastic picnic dishes. This is your chance to grill the critics, so come along and vote for The People’s Choice Award. There will also be some exceptional wines and beers available.

Critics

Stephen Downes Margie Fraser Tony Love Natascha Mirosch Matt Preston Necia Wilden/John Lethlean Nick Smith Gorgi Coghlan/Cast member from The Circle

Time 11.30am-3.30pm Herald Sun, VIC The Courier-Mail/taste.com.au The Adelaide Advertiser/taste.com.au Queensland Good Food Guide MasterChef Magazine, delicious. The Australian GQ Australia The Circle

Other food kiosks by: Spicers, Spring, Noosa Catering, Spoonfed, Woodfire Australia and Senor Paella

Wineries/Beer

Time 10am-7pm

Angove Family Winemakers Ashbrook Estate Ata Rangi Babich Baileys of Glenrowan Bay of Fires Beringer Bethany Burnbrae Carlei Green Vineyards Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Churchview Estate Clovely Estate Coldstream Hills Dandelion Vineyards David Hook Wines De Iuliis Wines Devil’s Lair Elderton

Fermoy Estate Frankland Estate Fraser Gallop Estate Gibbston Valley Giesen Harewood Estate Holm Oak House of Arras Langmeil Margan Matilda Bay Brewing Company Matua Valley Meerea Park Wines Mistletoe Wines Mount Langi Ghiran Paxton Wines Pizzini Wines Printhie

Robert Oatley Vineyards Seppelt Sevenhill Cellars Teusner T’Gallant The Lane Vineyard Thomas Wines Toolangi Vineyards Turkey Flat Two Paddocks Tyrrells Villa Maria Wirra Wirra Woodstock Xanadu Yalumba Yering Station Zilzie

Help Us Keep Noosa Green! The Festival is committed to reducing our ecological footprint. We have taken the necessary steps to minimise material use and to recycle waste. Please help by using our free shuttle bus or by car pooling and using the recycling bins provided. Thank you.

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BioPak is festival sponsor of the biodegradable plates and cutlery

THE COURIER-MAIL LIFE ANNEXE Food, travel and philosophy are a huge part of our lives. The Courier-Mail LIFE Annexe explores these topics.

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10am-10.45am

Sizzling Legislation Issues for Restaurants John Hart - MC, Martin Duncan, Danielle Gjestland, David Pugh, Roark Walsh

11am-11.45am

Fabulous Food Destinations Brian Crisp - MC, Graeme Blundell, Billy Law, Christine Middap, Michelle Rowe, Helen Yee

12pm-12.45pm

Sustainable Produce Lizzie Loel - MC, Stephanie Alexander, Mark Jensen, Daniel Ridgeway, Ryan Squires, Shane Stanley

1.15pm-2pm

International Food Trends John Lethlean - MC, Mark Best, Fergus Henderson, Alvin Leung, Davide Scabin, Ben Shewry, David Thompson and Seiji Yamamoto

Graeme Blundell

Michelle Rowe

Village Wine Marquee Admission to each session - two food/wine tickets (includes wine tasting) 10.30am-11.15am

Aperitif Styles - Riesling, Semillon & Bubbles Peter Forrestal - MC, Mike De Iuliis, Rhys Eather, Andrew Fleming, Ed Carr, Gordon Gebbie, Liz Heidenreich, Adam Wadewitz, Rebecca Willson

11.45am-12.30pm

Pinot G (Grigio to Gris) Greg Duncan Powell - MC, John Edwards, Ken Gargett, David Hook, Kevin McCarthy, Michael Paxton

1.45pm-2.30pm

Shiraz Ken Gargett - MC, Allister Ashmead, Zar Brooks, Frank Newman, Nick Paterson, James Kellie, Paul Dahlenburg

2.45pm-3.30pm

New Zealand Exposed with Greg Duncan Powell

Online bookings and information at www.noosafoodandwine.com.au

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saturday may 19

saturday may 19 delicious. PRODUCE

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

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AWARDS DEGUSTATION

After a great day of food and wine, enjoy live performances on the main stage.

Session 125

berardo’s restaurant & bar

Kicking off the afternoon will be the Queens of the beehive The Fabulous Singlettes, whose impeccable harmonies and camp humour have made them a hit in Europe, with their entertaining take on the hits of the ’60s and ’70s.

This sumptuous, nine-course degustation dinner will be prepared by some of Australia’s top chefs and matched with some of the country’s best wines. The participating chefs are all national and state judges for the coveted delicious. Produce Awards and will use produce from finalists and winners.

Martini Club, an elite band of musicians armed with horns, an arsenal of percussion and sassy vocals will round off the afternoon.

Cost: $295 per person - nine-course degustation with wine The Fabulous Singlettes

6.30pm

Bookings (07) 5455 4455 Valli Little

When & Where: From 3pm, Main Stage

Seppelt and Westpac host the hospitality pavilions

delicious., NSW

Martini Club

Daniel Alps

Shane Bailey

Philip Johnson

Cheong Liew

Alps & Amici, TAS

berardo’s restaurant, QLD

e’cco bistro, QLD

Botanical, VIC

Hadleigh Troy

Matt Wilkinson

Kym Machin

Justin North

Spring, QLD

Bécasse, NSW

Restaurant Amusé, WA

Pope Joan, VIC

Guest chefs at SUNSHINE COAST restaurantS Session 126

Saké & Tank at Cato’s Restaurant & Bar

7pm

Shinichi Maeda, Saké, QLD Alastair McLeod, Tank, QLD Shaun Presland, Saké, NSW Scott Freund, Cato’s, QLD Contemporary Japanese cuisine comes to Hastings Street. Cost: $99 per person – four-course Japanese fusion dinner with a welcome Japanese inspired cocktail (beverages additional)

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sunday may 20

sunday may 20

sponsored by: Settle in for another day of nonstop food and wine activities as we celebrate the final day of the Noosa International Food & Wine Festival 2012. Get up-close and interact with some of your favourite food, wine and lifestyle celebrities, then finish with spectacular live entertainment. Where: Lions Park, Noosa Heads Breakfast Kiosk by berardo’s bistro on the beach from 9am-11.30am. Vittoria Coffee Kiosk from 9am

CELEBRITY CHEF COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS

In The Grand Marquee

From 9am

Culinary Exhibition Chat with our top food producers and taste their delicacies at the Culinary Exhibition, which showcases many of the finalists from the prestigious delicious. Produce Awards. Browse through the displays of top-quality cookware, cookbooks and the latest ILVE appliances.

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation

Cost includes admission to The Grand Marquee, Food Critics Competition, Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations, The Courier Mail LIFE Annexe and live entertainment.

General Admission + two tickets for food or wine General Admission - Children Under 13 Gold Pass + six tickets for food or wine*

Main Stage

ILVE Auditorium 1

ILVE Auditorium 3

10.15am-10.45am Bo Innovation – Hong Kong Alvin Leung 11am-11.30am Combal.Zero – Italy Davide Scabin

10am-10.30am Cooking with Poh Poh Ling Yeow 10.45am-11.15am Spicers Table Spicers chefs

10am-10.30am Top Local Produce Craig Galea, Marc Wohner

11.30am-12pm Pâtisserie Masterclass Adriano Zumbo

11.30am-12pm Mediterranean Tastes Glenn Bowman, Tony Percuoco

12.15pm-12.45pm No MSG Cheong Liew, Daniel Hong

12.15pm-12.45pm Party Italian-Style Alessandro Pavoni, Giovanni Pilu

12.30pm-1pm St. John – UK Fergus Henderson

Sunday Admission Tickets Session 127 Session 128 Session 129

Enjoy cooking demonstrations by Australian and International chefs.

11.45am-12.15pm Nihonryori RyuGin – Japan Seiji Yamamoto

Stephanie and her school team will plant a special mini-garden in the Festival Village, replicating the plots that her Kitchen Garden Foundation has set up in primary schools right around Australia. Proceeds from Stephanie’s ‘tasting’ produce will go towards this worthy foundation.

sponsored by:

$65 $20 $125

10.45am-11.15am Quick Asian Annette Fear, Hajime Horiguchi

1pm-1.30pm No More Fish! Sustainability Daniel Alps, Mark Jensen 1.45pm-2.15pm Sake Arigato Shinichi Maeda, Shaun Presland

1pm-1.30pm The Art of Pasta Lucio Galletto 1.45pm-2.15pm Salads For All Seasons Hadleigh Troy, Matt Wilkinson

*Gold Pass includes General Admission & VIP entry to the hospitality pavilions with preferential concert seating

ILVE Auditorium 2

CRISPY, CRUNCHY, Spicy - A SPECIAL Asian Picnic Session 130

International Riverside Marquee

Session 131 Cost: $95 (supplementary ticket required)

12pm

11am-12.30pm

Special Champagne Tasting Try six excellent vintage and non-vintage champagnes matched with food tastings presented by champagne experts Bernadette O’Shea and Brand Manager of G.H. MUMM Champagne from France, Julien Marteau. Featuring Riedel glassware. Limited seating.

Catch up with friends over platters of delectable Asian market fare at the Festival Village. Grab one of the communal tables beside Noosa River and enjoy Asian, picnic-style delights prepared by masters of the cuisine – Martin Boetz, Teage Ezard, Daniel Hong and Poh Ling Yeow. Wines by New Generation, Hunter Valley. What a special treat! Cost: $85 per person (supplementary ticket required)

Session 132 Cost: $55 (supplementary ticket required)

1pm-2.30pm

An Exclusive Wine Australia Landmark Chardonnay Masterclass Join Aaron Brasher, Andrew Fleming and Peter Forrestal, and explore six of the greatest chardonnays. Initially tasted blind, once the identities of the individual wines are revealed, a tasting will resume with some expertly devised food pairings. Featuring Riedel glassware. Limited seating.

Martin Boetz Longrain, NSW & VIC

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Teage Ezard Black by Ezard, NSW Ezard & Ginger Boy, VIC

Daniel Hong Ms. G’s, NSW

Poh Ling Yeow Poh’s Kitchen on the Road…, ABC

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Online bookings & information at www.noosafoodandwine.com.au

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sunday may 20

sunday may 20

Savour tasting dishes prepared by the region’s best restaurants, while sampling the latest releases from Australia’s top winemakers.

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RESTAURANT FOOD KIOSKS 11.30am-4pm Arcuri Restaurant berardo’s bistro on the beach berardo’s restaurant & bar Bistro C Blue Angel Restaurant Cafe le Monde Cato’s Restaurant and Bar Embassy XO Freestyle Escape Gaston Lindoni’s

Lee Jeynes Gene Quinlan Shane Bailey Dayle Merlo Matthew Holt Scott Freund Brendon Barker Martin Duncan James Phillis Andrea Ravezzani

Pitchfork Restaurant Rickys River Bar + Restaurant Season Restaurant Sirocco Spirit House Spring The Long Apron The Tamarind View On Little Hastings Wasabi

Kim & Craig Galea Glenn Bowman Andrew Tomlin Emmett Malone Annette Fear Kym Machin Cameron Matthews Daniel Jarrett Michael Jenkins Hajime Horiguchi

Woodfire Australia from 3pm

WINE and beer KIOSKS Angove Family Winemakers Ashbrook Estate Ata Rangi Babich Baileys of Glenrowan Bay of Fires Bethany Beringer Burnbrae Carlei Green Vineyards Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Churchview Estate Clovely Estate Coldstream Hills Dandelion Vineyards David Hook Wines De Iuliis Wines Devil’s Lair Elderton

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10.30am-7pm

Fermoy Estate Frankland Estate Fraser Gallop Estate Gibbston Valley Giesen Harewood Estate Holm Oak House of Arras Langmeil Margan Matilda Bay Brewing Company Matua Valley Meerea Park Wines Mistletoe Wines Mount Langi Ghiran Paxton Wines Pizzini Wines Printhie

Robert Oatley Vineyards Seppelt Sevenhill Cellars Teusner T’Gallant The Lane Vineyard Thomas Wines Toolangi Vineyards Turkey Flat Two Paddocks Tyrrells Villa Maria Wirra Wirra Woodstock Xanadu Yalumba Yering Station Zilzie

THE COURIER-MAIL life ANNEXE Food, travel and philosophy are a huge part of our lives. The Courier-Mail LIFE Annexe explores these topics.

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10.15am-11am

2012 Food Critics Roundup and Review Simon Marnie - MC, Stephen Downes, Margie Fraser, John Lethlean, Tony Love, Elizabeth Meryment, Necia Wilden

11.15am-12.15pm

Social Networking, Blogging and Mainstream Media David Fagan - MC, Fiona Donnelly, Stephen Downes, Jana Frawley, Billy Law, John Lethlean, Lizzie Loel, Elizabeth Meryment, Helen Yee

12.30pm-1pm

Wine Showdown State Against State, Mate Against Mate The ultimate wine match where two critics go head to head to show what makes wine so enthralling. Watch them uncover the cold hard truths about their secret world of smelling, tasting, judging and writing. Expect sweat on their brows and some tough competition. Tony Love and Mike Bennie.

1.15pm-2pm

Holiday & Lifestyle Trends - What’s Hot Brian Crisp - MC, Graeme Blundell, Gillian Cumming, Michelle Rowe, Christine Middap

2.15pm-2.45pm

Life’s a Gym Nikki Fogden-Moore

Village Wine Marquee Admission to each session - two food/wine tickets (includes wine and cocktail tastings) 10.30am-11.15am

Alternative Whites Mike Bennie - MC, Tony Devitt, Gordon Gebbie, Kevin McCarthy, Andrew Thomas, Adam Wadewitz

11.45am-12.30pm

Alternative Reds Ken Gargett - MC, Darren Jahn, Andrew Margan, Alfred Pizzini, Geoff Schrapel, Sergio Carlei, Luke Fitzpatrick

1.45pm-2.30pm

New Zealand Exposed with Mike Bennie

2.45pm-3.30pm

Bloody Mary, Bloody Maria & Bloody Longrain Cocktails by Sam Christie

Noosa International Food & Wine Festival is an all-weather event

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sunday may 20 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT The 2012 festival will end on an amazing high with a performance by the sensational Sneaky Sound System and the talented trio Audio Vixen who impressed judges on X Factor 2011 with their fabulous vocals and harmonies. Multi-award winners Sneaky Sound System, featuring Miss Connie and Black Angus, will light up the festival stage with their unique music and exciting stage presence. Simultaneously billed as “Australia’s number one dance act” and “electro-pop giants”, they have enjoyed enormous success in Australia, the UK and Europe.

When & Where: From 3pm, Main Stage

Seppelt and Westpac host the hospitality pavilions

Audio Vixen

Sneaky Sound System

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sunday may 20

best dinner in the world berardo’s restaurant & bar

Session 133 Thanks to our great friends at Qantas, the Festival will be hosting the second Qantas Best Dinner in the World, featuring seven chefs from the prestigious 2011 S.Pellegrino World’s Best Restaurants list.

Cost: $750 per person

Matt Preston will host this evening to remember, where a seven-course degustation dinner will be matched with premium Australian and Old World wines presented by the internationally renowned Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Master of Wine.

Bookings (07) 5455 4455

6.30pm

Seven-course degustation dinner matched with premium Australian and Old World wines

Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW erobertparker.com, Singapore

Matt Preston

Mark Best

MasterChef Australia, Marque, Sydney, Australia MasterChef Magazine, delicious. & taste.com.au

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Fergus Henderson

Alvin Leung

Davide Scabin

Ben Shewry

David Thompson

Seiji Yamamoto

St. John, London, UK

Bo Innovation, Hong Kong

Combal.Zero, Turin, Italy

Attica, Melbourne, Australia

Nahm, London, UK

Nihonryori RyuGin, Tokyo, Japan

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sunday may 20 Guest chefs at SUNSHINE COAST restaurants Session 134

Pilu, Ormeggio and Tartufo, NSW & QLD at Lindoni’s

7pm

Alessandro Pavoni, Tony Percuoco, Giovanni Pilu and Andrea Ravezzani A fabulous Italian dinner.

Cost: $160 per person -

five-course dinner with wines

Session 135

Flying Fish, NSW at River Cottage

7pm

161 years of Winemaking Excellence

Peter Kuruvita and Marc Wohner Sydney Harbour on the Noosa River with a four-course meal.

Cost: $140 per person - four-course dinner with wines

Seppelt Great WeStern

Session 136

The Apollo, NSW at Arcuri Restaurant

7pm

36 Cemetery road Great WeStern ViCtoria auStralia 3374 t 03 5361 2239

Jonathon Barthelmess and Lee Jeynes Top Australian produce and a night to remember.

Cellardoor.Seppelt@Seppelt.Com.au www.seppelt.com.au

Cost: $110 per person - four-course dinner with wines Session 137

True South Dining, NZ at Blue Angel Restaurant

6.30pm

Ben Batterbury Join Ben for a ‘lake and river’ dinner.

Cost: $99 per person - four-course dinner (beverages additional)

Session 138 Friday

Weekend Gold Pass $315 includes:

Gold Pass Adult General Admission to Welcome Concert and Party. Includes VIP entry to the hospitality pavilions, with complimentary cocktail food, three beverage tickets and preferential concert seating.

(Extra beverage tickets available for purchase).

Saturday

Gold Pass Adult General Admission, plus six tickets for food or wine. Includes VIP entry to the hospitality pavilions with preferential concert seating.

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Gold Pass Adult General Admission, plus six tickets for food or wine. Includes VIP entry to the hospitality pavilions with preferential concert seating.

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Brisbane

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Cheers A toast to 4pm You can look forward to a well-deserved glass or two on the way back from your next business meeting – drinks are complimentary for our Economy passengers on all CityFlyer flights after 4pm. If you’re hungry as well as thirsty you’ll be glad to find Neil Perry’s influence on our new menus. It’s domestic travel with international quality. Make your next destination qantas.com

Complimentary coffee by Vittoria in hospitality pavilions.

Purchase your tickets before April 1, 2012 and receive a 10% DISCOUNT Not valid with any other offer. Offer excludes tickets for Guest Chefs at Sunshine Coast Restaurants and Qantas Best Dinner in the World.

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The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival supports the Government initiative of Responsible Service of Alcohol.

Wine or beer available on Perth CityFlyer flights after 12pm everyday. Qantas Airways Limited ABN 16 009 661 901.

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contributors

contributors

Visit www.noosafoodandwine.com.au for photos and bios for each of our contributors.

Billy Law

Stephanie Alexander

Simon Bryant

Greg Duncan Powell

Daniel Alps

Sergio Carlei

Rhys Eather

Writer, educator

Alps & Amici, TAS

Richard Angove

The Cook and the Chef

Carlei Green Vineyards, Vic

Angove Family Winemakers, SA

Ed Carr

Allister Ashmead

Sam Christie

Elderton, SA

Shane Bailey

berardo’s restaurants, QLD

Brendon Barker Embassy XO, QLD

Jonathon Barthelmess The Apollo, NSW

Ben Batterbury True South Dining, Queenstown, NZ

House of Arras, TAS

MasterChef Magazine

Meerea Park Wines, NSW

John Edwards

The Lane Vineyard, SA

Teage Ezard

Longrain, NSW and VIC

Black by Ezard, NSW Ezard & Gingerboy, VIC

Scott Collett

David Fagan

Woodstock, SA

News Ltd., QLD

Gareth Collins

Annette Fear

Life’s a Gym, QLD

Ian Curley

Food and wine writer

Paul Dahlenburg

The Courier-Mail, taste.com.au

Martin Boetz

Escape, News Ltd.

The Courier Mail European, VIC

Baileys of Glenrowan, VIC

Andrew Fleming Nikki Fogden-Moore Peter Forrestal Margie Fraser Jana Frawley

Mike De Iuliis

News Ltd., taste.com.au

Rickys River Bar + Restaurant, QLD

Tony Devitt

Cato’s Restaurant and Bar, QLD

Kate Bracks

Fiona Donnelly

Longrain, NSW & VIC

Glenn Bowman

MasterChef Australia, 2011 Winner

Aaron Brasher Wine Australia

Elena Brooks

Dandelion Vineyards, SA

Zar Brooks

Dandelion Vineyards, SA

De Iuliis Wines, NSW Ashbrook Estate, WA The Courier-Mail

Stephen Downes Herald Sun, VIC

Peter Dredge Bay of Fires, TAS

Rebecca Duffy Holm Oak, TAS

Martin Duncan

Freestyle Escape, QLD

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Frank Newman

berardo’s bistro on the beach, QLD

Restaurant & Catering Australia

Liz Heidenreich

Sevenhill Cellars, SA

Fergus Henderson St. John, London, UK

Yalumba, SA

Gillian Cumming

The Australian

Restaurant Two, QLD

Tobi Cornwell

Mike Bennie

Graeme Blundell

Adam Liaw

Ben Miller

John Hart

Jane Ferrari

Brian Crisp

Marque, NSW

Natascha Mirosch

Daniel Hong

Coldstream Hills, VIC

Mark Best

Alvin Leung

Wine judge

MasterChef Magazine

A Barossa Food Tradition, SA delicious.

Tony Harper

The Circle

Yalumba, SA

Scott Freund

Kim & Craig Galea

Pitchfork Restaurant, QLD

Lucio Galletto Lucio’s, NSW

Ken Gargett

The Courier-Mail

Gordon Gebbie

Four Seasons Fine Wines, VIC

Danielle Gjestland

Wasabi Restaurant & Bar, QLD

Matt Preston

The Weekend Australian Magazine

Gorgi Coghlan

Darren Cosgrove

Christine Middap

Saké, NSW

The Australian

Sally Feldman

Luke Fitzpatrick

Shaun Presland

The Sunday Telegraph, NSW

John Lethlean

Matthew Holt

delicious. & MasterChef Magazine

Elizabeth Meryment

MasterChef Australia, 2009 Winner

Spirit House, QLD

Eliza’s, QLD

Clovely Estate, QLD

Maggie Beer

Julie Goodwin

A Table for Two (www.atablefortwo.com.au)

Cafe le Monde Ms. G’s, NSW

David Hook

David Hook Wines, NSW

Hajime Horiguchi

Wasabi Restaurant & Bar, QLD

Garry Hounsell

Toolangi Vineyards, VIC

Darren Jahn

Robert Oatley Vineyards, NSW

Daniel Jarrett

The Tamarind, QLD

Trudi Jenkins

Bo Innovation, Hong Kong MasterChef Australia, 2010 Winner

Devil’s Lair

Cheong Liew

Burnbrae Wines, NSW

Botanical, VIC

Poh Ling Yeow

Josue Lopez Spring, QLD

Tony Love

The Adelaide Advertiser & taste.com.au

Michael Jenkins

ABC local radio

Mark Jensen

Red Lantern, NSW

delicious.

Julien Marteau

Brand Manager, G.H. MUMM Champagne, France

Nick Paterson

Alessandro Pavoni

Michael Paxton Paxton Wines, SA

Tony Percuoco Tartufo, QLD

Eric Pernoud

Maison de Provence, QLD

Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW

Arcuri Restaurant, QLD

The Long Apron, QLD

Philip Johnson

Matt McConnell

James Phillis

Kevin McCarthy

Tony Kelly

Alastair McLeod

Harewood Estate, WA Stokehouse, QLD

Peter Kuruvita Flying Fish, NSW

Online bookings & information at www.noosafoodandwine.com.au

T’Gallant, VIC Tank, QLD

Dayle Merlo Bistro C, QLD

Tyrrell’s Wines, NSW

Larke Riemer

erobertparker.com, Singapore

James Kellie

Jacques Reymond Restaurant, VIC

Clive Otto

Cameron Matthews Bar Lourinhã, VIC

Dandelion Vineyards, SA

Daniel Ridgeway

Champagne expert

Lee Jeynes

e’cco bistro, QLD

Lindoni’s, QLD

Bernadette O’Shea

Emmett Malone

Simon Marnie

Pablo Tordesillas

Mark Richardson

Ormeggio at the Spit and Spiedo Restaurant & Bar, NSW

Margan, NSW

Season Restaurant, QLD

Danielle Oppermann

Mistletoe Wines, NSW

Andrew Margan

Andrew Tomlin

Matilda Bay Brewing Company, VIC

Shinichi Maeda Sirocco, QLD

Gene Quinlan

Jacques Reymond

Kym Machin Saké, QLD

Nahm, UK

David Thompson

Bécasse, Quarter 21, Etch and Charlie & Co., NSW

Fraser Gallop Estate, WA

Spring, QLD

David Pugh

Thomas Wines, NSW

Restaurant Amusé, WA

Justin North

Food writer

Andrew Thomas

Brad Rey

Valli Little Lizzie Loel

MasterChef Australia, MasterChef Magazine, delicious. & taste.com.au

Ortiga, QLD

Poh’s Kitchen on the Road… delicious.

Noosa Farmers’ Market, QLD

Andrea Ravezzani

Guy Noble

Conductor & ABC Broadcaster

delicious. & MasterChef Magazine View on Little Hastings, QLD

Queensland Good Food Guide

Shane Stanley

Gaston, QLD

Andy ‘Phippsy’ Phipps

The Little Truffle, QLD Director of Women’s Markets, Westpac

Nicky Riemer

Union Dining, VIC

Michelle Rowe The Australian

Davide Scabin

Combal.Zero, Italy

Geoff Schrapel

Bethany Wines, SA

Peter Schulz

Adam Wadewitz Seppelt

Roark Walsh

GWS Restaurant Consultancy

Tim Warren

Garnisha Spice Farm, QLD

Fiona Westall

delicious. & MasterChef Magazine

Necia Wilden The Australian

Matt Wilkinson Pope Joan, VIC

Rebecca Willson Holm Oak, TAS

Marc Wohner

River Cottage Restaurant, QLD

Ben Shewry

Seiji Yamamoto

Attica, VIC

Nick Smith GQ Magazine

Bill Spence Matua, NZ

Ryan Squires

Giovanni Pilu

Bill Spence

Alfred Pizzini

Scott Vincent

Turkey Flat, SA

Fishing Media Personality Pilu at Freshwater, NSW

Hadleigh Troy

Esquire, QLD Matua, NZ

Nihonryori RyuGin, Japan

Helen Yee

Grab Your Fork (www. grabyourfork.blogspot.com)

Sophia Young

MasterChef Magazine

Adriano Zumbo

Adriano Zumbo Patissier, NSW

Pizzini Wines, VIC

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ticket prices and bookings Session

Session Name

Price

Session No.

$135

Saturday 119 General Admission + two tickets for food or wine 120 General Admission - Children Under 13 121 Gold Pass + six tickets for food or wine* *Gold Pass includes General Admission & VIP entry to the hospitality

Thursday 100

Westpac Ruby Luncheon

101

The Cook, The Chef and The Orchestra $185 Gala Concert and Dinner

102

The Cook, The Chef and The Orchestra Gala Concert Only + two tickets for food or wine

$55

103

The Cook, The Chef and The Orchestra - Children under 13 Gala Concert Only

$20

Friday

Top Tastes of Queensland

$135

104

105

Australian Wine on the World Stage

$135

106

Lunch with Australia’s MasterChefs

$135

107

A French Country Picnic

$135

108

Asian Food Trail

$185

109

Seafood Afloat Trail

$185

110

Hinterland Trail - Strings and Straw

$185

Welcome Concert and Party 111

General Admission + two tickets for food or wine

$65

112

General Admission - Children Under 13

$20

113

The Mediterranean Degustation berardo’s restaurant & bar

$295

e’cco bistro at Rickys River Bar + Restaurant

$160

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Ezard at Embassy XO

$150

116

Restaurant Amusé at Gaston

$140

117

Ms. G’s at Season Restaurant

$150

118

Stokehouse at Eliza’s

$150

122 Tavola Rustica - A Shared Italian Picnic (supplementary to Day Admission) 123 Special Champagne Tasting (supplementary to Day Admission) 124 An Exclusive Wine Australia Landmark Cabernet Sauvignon Masterclass (supplementary to Day Admission) 125 delicious. Produce Awards Degustation berardo’s restaurant & bar 126 Saké and Tank at Cato’s Sunday 127 General Admission + two tickets for food or wine 128 General Admission - Children Under 13 129 Gold Pass + six tickets for food or wine *Gold Pass includes General Admission & VIP entry to the hospitality

ial Spec r f f O e

$65 $20 $125

$85 $95 $55 $295 $99 $65 $20 $125

pavilions with preferential concert seating

130 Crispy, Crunchy, Spicy - A Special Asian Picnic (supplementary to Day Admission) 131 Special Champagne Tasting (supplementary to Day Admission) 132 An Exclusive Wine Australia Landmark Chardonnay Masterclass (supplementary to Day Admission) 133 Qantas Best Dinner in the World berardo’s restaurant & bar 134 Pilu, Spiedo and Tartufo at Lindoni’s 135 Flying Fish at River Cottage 136 The Manly Pavilion at Arcuri Restaurant 137 True South Dining at Blue Angel Restaurant

Price

pavilions with preferential concert seating

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Session Name

138

Weekend Gold Pass (see page 22)

$85 $95 $55 $750 $160 $140 $110 $99 $315

Purchase your tickets before April 1, 2012 and receive a 10% DISCOUNT

Not valid with any other offer. Offer excludes tickets for Guest Chefs at Sunshine Coast Restaurants and Qantas Best Dinner in the World.

For ticket bookings at all venues or more information

call (07) 5455 4455 or visit 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads 28

Online bookings and full program details at: www.noosafoodandwine.com.au The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival supports the Government initiative of Responsible Service of Alcohol.

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sponsors The International Noosa Food & Wine Festival is proudly sponsored by:

sponsors Food Sponsors

Beverage Sponsors

Accommodation Sponsors

Other Sponsors

Participating Restaurants

The Long Apron & Tamarind

Restaurant

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