Skip to product information
1 of 6


Tales of Deliciousness - Degustation Lunch

Tales of Deliciousness - Degustation Lunch

New to Cheesefest this year the “Tales of Deliciousness” Lunch is an event not to be missed. Experience a magical culinary journey featuring the expertise of Chef Tom Tilbury and the insights of Katie Spain in the world of food and wine. It's a great opportunity for attendees to savour delicious dishes and learn more about the fascinating stories behind the flavours as Katie interviews the Chef and the winemakers.

Your ticket to 'Tales of Deliciousness' includes free entry to the festival.

Time: 12pm - 3.30pm Saturday 18th November

Price: $190 + BF

Each menu item will be paired with a matching local wine chosen by Katie Spain.

About Tom Tilbury

Tom Tilbury is the Culinary Director and owner of 'Aces Chinatown' and 'Gather'. Tom prides himself on sourcing the best possible produce with sustainability in mind and has developed strong relationships with the states best producers. 

His menu is seasonal and innovative, featuring balanced flavours that are quintessentially Australian.

Tom and his team serve up food that highlights produce grown on farms from across the state that reflect the country and celebrate the ingredient.

About Katie Spain

Katie Spain is a journalist, drinks writer and author. She tells stories with heart and to earn a crust, is the national drinks writer for GOOD FOOD (Sydney Morning Herald and The Age), feature writer for Australia’s Wine Business Magazine (WBM), and state editor (South Australia) for Gourmet Traveller. She is also the Australian correspondent for award-winning Swedish wine magazine Livets Goda.

Katie also writes books (most recently about South Australia’s wine regions, distilleries and food producers). For her efforts, she was named Wine Communicators of Australia’s 2021 Wine Communicator of the Year and winner of the 2022 Best New Wine Book. In 2022 she was named Best Rural Journalist – Print – in the Rural Media Communicator Awards.

You may also hear her on ABC radio, chatting about food and wine destinations, growers and makers. She wears colour (always), glitter (nearly always) and enjoys nothing more than a long chinwag with interesting people. If she’s not behind her keyboard she can usually be found eating cheese, exploring faraway lands, and scouring the country for stories in a tiny vintage caravan called Charlie. Either that, or hunting for treasure in op-shops.

View full details

Subscribe to our Mailing List

If you want to get first bite at the curds, we suggest subscribing to our mailing list!