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THE picturesque township of Berry on the New South Wales south coast is the venue for the inaugural South Coast Food & Wine Festival.
The three-day event (September 13-15) aims to showcase the best the south coast has to offer.
There will be over 15 events, including cooking classes, demos and tastings from local hero chefs, hatted restaurants hosting pop-ups, tastings at south coast vineyards and local food producers supported by an array of free live music and entertainment.
The festival’s culinary offerings will be made up of 100 per cent south coast producers and products, with over 50 stallholders expected to be showcasing delicacies from all over the region. Seafood, cheese, berries, wines and much more will be on offer.
A signature event will be the Long Lunch on September 14. Kierrin McKnight, head chef and owner of Wild Ginger and previously of Seagrass Brasserie will be showcasing local produce with a six-course, feast style menu featuring local produce in each course complemented by local wines and beers. Tickets to the South Coast Food & Wine Festival cost $28 per person and are on sale at southcoastfoodandwinefestival.com.au.