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Australia is a large country - Margaret River is further from the Hunter Valley than Jerez in Spain is from Tokaji in Hungary - so, despite the distinctive national approach to wine, Australian wines are not all the same. The wines of Margaret River and of the Hunter Valley differ as much as sherry and tokay do. The three most important wine-producing states are South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. As well as bulk production, they each have specific premium wine regions.

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Jun 11 2001

The Good Food Show
Whether you're a serious cooking enthusiast searching for the most exquisite recipe ideas and kitchen gadgets or you simply appreciate the taste of delicious food, The Good Food Show has all the ingredients for a great day out at Australia's largest public food exhibition. Cooking demonstrations from celebrity chefs, at the ABC Celebrity Theatre will feature Rick Stein, Gabriel Gate, Jacques Reymond and 'naked chef' Jamie Oliver. Wine X Tasting Theatre is a great opportunity to enhance your knowledge with advice direct from the experts, or pick up top cookery tips from top Sydney and Melbourne chefs in the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Showcase. Over 200 exhibitors, from ovens to olives, saucepans to Shiraz make The Good Food Show a shoppers delight. Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Saturday 9 June to Monday 11 June, ticket bookings call 136100, further information phone (03) 9261 4500.

Jun 12 2001

The Vital Ingredient Cooking School - Affordable Fish with Michael Bacash of Toofey's
One of Australia's leading authorities on fish and fish cookery, chef/owner of Toofey's, Michael Bacash, will show you how to gain confidence in handling fish, processing, preparing and cooking seasonal fish and seafood. Tuesday 12 June, 7 pm to 9.30 pm, $75, The Vital Ingredient Cooking School, 206 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, bookings phone (03) 9696 3511, fax (03) 9696 5549 or email vitaling@vitaling.com.au

Jun 12 2001

Black Pearl Cooking School - Charcuterie with Romain Bapst
Born in Strasbourg, Romain came to Australia from one of France's great restaurants, Ilhaeusem, to work as Chef at Mietta's. Here it was said the 'fine technique, love of good produce and the ability to teach' were Romain's legacy. Romain opens the door into a world of terrines, sausages, country pates, foie gras and pressed duck. Boudin of Lobster, Saucisson en Brioche, Corn-fed Chicken Terrine and Duck Liver Pate are on the agenda for tonight's class. Tuesday 12 June, 6.30 pm to 9 pm, $65. Black Pearl Cooking School, 36 Baxter Street, Fortitude Valley, Qld, phone (07) 3257 2144, fax (07) 3257 2044 or email blackpearl@bit.net.au

Jun 12 2001

GPO - Winemaker Dinner with Jane Mitchell
Few Australian winemakers are as dynamic as the unstoppable Jane Mitchell. With husband Andrew, Mitchell Wines has forged an enviable reputation for its Clare Valley wines - complex Watervale Riesling, Semillon with the added dimension of barrel fermentation, rich Cabernet Sauvignon and a Shiraz that ages gracefully, if you can wait. Join Jane on Tuesday 12 June at the Prime Private Dining Room where Chef de Cuisine Darrel Felstead has designed a three-course menu to compliment each of the wines. $70 per person, pre-dinner drinks served at 7 pm, for bookings and further information call Prime on (02) 9229 7777.

Jun 13 2001

Black Pearl Cooking School - Beefing it Up with John Kilroy
More discussion with John Kilroy from Cha Cha Char Wine Bar & Grill on breeds, producers, regions and brands. Taste grass-fed versus grain-fed, aged versus non-aged as well as a comparison of different breeds. Learn how to cook a really good steak, but be warned - cooking time and temperatures vary with different cuts and textures such as aged and marbled beef. Wednesday 13 June, 6.30 pm to 9 pm, $45. Black Pearl Cooking School, 36 Baxter Street, Fortitude Valley, Qld, phone (07) 3257 2144, fax (07) 3257 2044 or email blackpearl@bit.net.au

Jun 14 2001

Sydney Seafood School - Chilli Workshop with Victor Pisapia from Rattlesnake Grill
Learn about chillies' uses, flavours, varieties and origins at this hands-on dinner workshop. Chillies are about flavor, not just heat, as you will see in dishes from cuisines as diverse as Latin American and Asian. Thursday 14 June, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm, $80, Sydney Seafood School, Pyrmont, bookings and enquiries phone (02) 9552 2180 or fax (02) 9552 1661.

Jun 14 2001

GPO - Winemaker Evenings - David Traeger
David Traeger knows the Goulburn Valley. A former assistant winemaker down the road at Mitchelton, he's been making his own wine since the mid 1980s. Balanced whites and powerful reds from an under-estimated region. Thursday 14 June, 6.30 pm, GPO, No. 1 Martin Place, Sydney, $17.50 including bread and cheese. Bookings essential, call Tom on (02) 9229 7718.

Jun 15 2001

Australian Boutique Winemakers Exhibition 2001 and Winemakers Lunch
The Boutique Winemakers of Australia are heading to Sydney yet again for a monster wine exhibition at the Dockside Function Centre, Cockle Bay. Expect to see over 100 wine producers from regions including Mount Barker, Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Tasmania, Hunter Valley, Adelaide Hills at the wine tasting session from 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm, $25 per person (or $20 pre-booked). The announcement of the Sun Herald Label Design Awards will be made at a prestigious four-course Winemakers Lunch prepared by Stefano Manfredi at bel mondo at 12.30 pm, $110 per person. Bookings and enquiries to Judith Kennedy phone (02) 9518 6937, fax (02) 9518 6941.

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