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Crawl and Bite at Vic Harbour

28 Feb 2017

The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival will bring its popular Crawl ‘n’ Bite series to Victoria Harbour at the end of March.

Crawl ‘n’ Bite includes 13 “crawls” and visitors can explore Melbourne’s vibrant culinary scene and discover the finest food and wine.

The Waterside Wander “crawl” will be hosted by wine expert Max Allen and will take people to three Victoria Harbour locations, where they can watch a cooking demonstration and enjoy dishes and matched drinks as part of the guided culinary and cultural tour.

Mr Allen, who is renowned for his wine knowledge, will also chat about the indigenous history of Victoria Harbour and Yarra River over a glass of wine at library at the Dock on April 6.

The Docklands “crawl” tour will start from Saluministi with a porchetta cooking demonstration and a dish and a drink. Participants will then move on to the library for wine tasting and have lunch at A25 Pizzeria.

Tickets are available at www.mfwf.com.au

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