Looking for a family-friendly experience in the Yarra Valley that the whole family can enjoy? Step back into time at Mont De Lancey and experience the Draught Horse and Yesteryear Festival 2018.
Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges breakfast spots you’ll want to get out of bed for!
I first tried pasta at a local Italian restaurant in my hometown in Germany when I seven years old, and I thought it was the best thing ever!
“The wine growing area of the Yarra Valley reminds me of the wine region between Florence and Sienna in Italy. The topography and aspects of the climate are very similar. There are rolling hills, and both wet and dry conditions during the year. It’s not crazy cold and the soil provides a similarly rich environment,” says Dino Giammarino, winemaker at Giammarino Wines. “These are great conditions for Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, Montepulciano and Fiano – Italian varietals that I am passionate about introducing to more people in Australia. I make all my wines from my heart.
Sunday 2 December, Yarra Valley Estate will be hosting their inaugural ECO Bride Market Day to cater for brides wanting to celebrate their marriage without the stress of huge event costs, all while trying to minimise the impact on the environment.
My grandparents on both side of my family are Italian so I grew up with the Italian customs and way of life. The De Bortoli family comes from the Veneto region of northern Italy, north-west of Venice, at the foothills of the Dolomite Mountains. In Veneto, there is much love for gnocchi and risottos washed down with the local wine.
My passion is to see people enjoy pasta with a smile on their face. Simplicity and abundance are words I use often when I talk about ways to eat fresh pasta. I believe the pasta should be the hero. Simple accompaniments like a quality olive oil, fresh herbs from the garden, a grating of good parmesan. Let the ingredients speak.
The best of Italian cinema comes to the Healesville Memo and the Warburton Arts Centre with a program of four handpicked Italian cinematic releases that showcase the breadth of Italian film making mastery.
My passion for Italian cheese started many years ago when I was travelling around Northern Italy in my campervan. I couldn’t believe the bite and complexity of the pecorino, and the way parmesan matured over time. The way Italians serve cheese is so appealing.
This Melbourne Cup Long Weekend, Healesville Sanctuary is playing host to Hop Fest - a brand new beer and cider event in the Yarra Valley! The four-day festival will celebrate the Yarra Valley’s rich brewing history and many of the amazing local craft brewers and small batch cider makers of today.