Over the final weekend (15 – 17 March) the Festival will be touring around the regions at more than 80 events across the state.

Plan your perfect three days of regional food and wine, kicking off with one of 19 Regional World’s Longest Lunches on Friday 15 March. So put your leave form in now and get the gang together to lock in some events!

From a Tuscan feast on the Mornington Peninsula and a tomato festa in The Murray, to anArgentinean asado in the Yarra Valley, there are stunning food and wine experiences across the state.

Image: Boynton's Feathertop Winery, High Country
Regional event picks from Matthew Evans
Festival friend Matthew Evans (The Gourmet Farmer) shares his top picks for events over Regional Weekend, from pork and cider celebrations to pomodori fiestas.

Find out Matthew's regional event picks.
Regional Weekend itineraries
To help you decide where to go and which events to get to, check out our Regional Weekend itineraries, including travel tips and other activities while you’re in the area.

Click on each region to download the itineraries.

Image: Bianca White
Feast Beneath the Vines
Visit Seppelt Great Western for a unforgettable behind-the-scenes wine experience. Go between the vines and hand harvest grapes, sample museum collection wines and be the first to taste Seppelt’s Show Sparkling Shiraz beforefeasting in the only underground drives in the southern hemisphere.
Festival special on Channel Nine Postcards this weekend
Tune in to Channel Nine at 5.30pm on Sunday 24 February to see the Festival special on Postcards!

The team go behind the scenes and chat to some of the chefs, winemakers and producers involved this year.
Exclusive wine offer
Following the popular Taste of Victoria Mixed Dozen, two new packs have been created including wines from Coldstream Hills, T’Gallant and Yarra Ridge.
Save more than 40% off RRP with free delivery: Icons of Victoria - $119,Classic Victoria Collection - $79
Jump the queue at top Melbourne restaurants
You could win a table at Melbourne’s most elusive restaurants. Plus, if you’re a Bank of Melbourne customer, you could also win 12 months of dining at Melbourne’s hottest spots. Don’t miss out on these exclusive seats.

Jump the queue now.
La Madre share the love
Baking tasty, sustainable bread is La Madre’s forte. Sharing the love is also something they’re pretty good at. Print out this voucher and score a rye, currant and walnut roll at the bakery’s stand at Put Victoria on Your Table:Cellar Door and Artisan Market when you buy any loaf of bread.
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