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Grampians Grape Escape 2012

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Published on Mar 29, 2012

The Grampians Grape Escape will celebrate 21 years of fine food and wine indulgence with a bumper festival planned for May 5 and 6 2012, at Halls Gap Village Oval.

A record crowd of 8,000 people are expected to attend the two-day spread of magnificent local food and wine on show by 100 of Western Victoria's finest producers.

Foodies will be treated to wine, beer, olive and lavender products, ice-cream, preserves, gourmet sausages and pies, cookies, cakes and gluten-free food; as well as lentils, fresh fruit and berries and organic produce, yabbies, duck, venison, turkey, beef, lamb, pork honey, teas and herbs.

Celebrity chefs Adrian Richardson and Frank Comarra will draw the crowds to their twice-daily cooking demonstrations in the main marquee and former Hamilton lad-gone-global-butcher-and-cook Lee Christmas will be guest chef in the Grampians Produce Group tent. Patrick Aldred from Spice Bazaar will conduct several presentations with different culinary themes.

Melbourne performer Monique Brumby will delight the crowd on Sunday and popular Hamilton band Buddha in a Chocolate Box will play both days. Other weekend highlights will include the Grampians Winemakers Inc's Barrique Auction and Festival Dinner, and Grampians Produce's Culinary Challenge and Junior Cupcake Competition featuring 2011 Junior Masterchef runner-up Jack Lark. There'll also be other hands-on children's cooking activities like the Bubble Muffin Kids Cooking Club.

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