Win a Double Pass to Top Shelf In Melbourne

Finally I have found an exhibition/event that would be a perfect fit for both my partner and I, this is of course- Top Shelf in Melbourne. My partner and I share a love for fine drinks and a large variety, in our house we could be sipping on wine one night and then move onto a beer/cider and then to a spirit.

The Top Shelf Show

will come to Melbourne from the 9th-10th February 2013
Opening hours of the show: Sunday 9th February – 11am-6pm; Monday 10th February – 11am-5pm.

Food lovers will be well catered for, with the Chingon Taco Truck serving premium tacos and Grill Pro’s pellet grill smokers serving platefuls of slow-cooked barbecued meats. In addition, an array of stands will offer some of the finest local artisan produce to nibble on as you explore the show.
Visitors to the festival will also receive a Top Shelf passport allowing them to enjoy discounted drinks in many of Melbourne’s top bars, including 1806, Black Pearl and Lily Blacks.

Tickets to the show are just $30 on the door or $25 when purchased in advance online.
In addition, everyone who purchases a ticket online will be entered into a draw to win some fantastic drinks prizes.
Under 18s, who must be accompanied by a responsible guardian, are admitted free.
I will elaborate a little more on this as I know there are a lot of mums and dads who would love to go to a show like this and finally be able to bring their children along. So under 18s are admitted to the show free of charge (but must be accompanied by a responsible guardian) so if young mums and dads want to sample a couple of drinks or listen to the odd presentation, they're welcome to have their kids in tow. There will be soft drinks and food available too so kids won't go hungry and thirsty- and this is also great for those designated drivers and to line those bellies before them drink tasting.

I am always keen to learn the in’s and outs of how products are made and what is involved in making them and also the best way of working with them, so this is a perfect opportunity to catch plenty of talks and presentations aimed at giving visitors ideas for home entertaining. One talk in particular I am looking forward to is wine educator Clare Burder who will host a session called Dinner Party Hero, teaching the fundamentals of food and wine matching without all the serious stuff. She'll explain about harmony versus contrast, the idea of flavour intensity, the effect of tannin in red wine and describe how to create a memorable cheese board - all matched to delicious wine.

Cant wait for Ian Burell's presentation 

Now I will be attending this show and will blog my experience from many different points of view and also of course reviews of the drops there (haha.) But I have been lucky enough to be able to offer my viewers a double pass.

To get your hands on this double pass all you have to do is tell me in 50 WOL
“What you look forward to most about the Top Shelf event?”

Please leave your email at the bottom of your answer in the comments below.
One entry per household
Strictly 50 words or less
No travel provided to or from the event
Event in MELB
Comp ends --- 10th January 2013

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