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Create your own festive cocktails in Über style!

Über Bar Tools are the perfect festive gift for that special someone who loves wowing their guests with fabulous cocktails. Designed in Australia with the opinions of professional bartenders in mind, the Über range is huge, ranging from tools to help you stir, pour and measure to shake, strain, muddle and much more!

With their intelligent shapes, high functionality and eye-catching materials, Über Bar Tools are committed to igniting the senses. If your goal is to master the world of cocktail making, consider Über Bar Tools your ladder to success.

Get ready to rock with an Über Bar Tools cocktail set! Available in your choice of bronze, silver or gold, it has everything you need to get started straight away.

Measure every drop accurately, consistently and responsibly, as well as minimise waste, with the Über ProMegJigTM. Shake your cocktail up in the ergonomically designed MShaker, then strain it with the Über BarRay and scoop your ice using the JuliepTM. With the Über ProTeadropTM, you can not only stir your cocktails, but also use it to muddle, layer, measure and reduce Champagne bubbles.

The mint julep and Moscow mule are two of the world’s most iconic cocktails, demanding their own special vessels. The Über Bar Tools Julep Cup comes in chrome and copper and will bring out the best in your mint juleps, while the mule mug, also available in chrome and copper, will take you back to 1940s New York with its authentic design.

The Über LuxRoll™ is a smart 11-piece water-resistant roll kit offering complete bartending tools. Made from leatherette with a heavy-duty shoulder strap, it’s perfect for work or the travelling bartender always on the move.

The LuxRoll™ is ideal for measured cocktail making and is used worldwide by professional bartenders for efficient Bartending. 

When bar tools are better than “great”, and better than “awesome”, they become Über Bar Tools! To find out more visit or visit Peters of Kensington to order.

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Words by Noosa Food & Wine on 26 Feb 2018
The Noosa Food & Wine Festival is introducing an all new Festival Village in 2018 for Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May in the Noosa Lions Park with the beautiful Noosa waterways as a backdrop. The Festival Village will give festival-goers a chance to meander, explore, sit, relax and discover great food and wines with loads of unique experiences. Here are our top tips on everything you need to know about the Festival Village: 1. The Courier-Mail Producers Pavilion  If you are passionate about food and love meeting artisan producers and wanting to learn some chef’s skills from some of the best, then this is the place to be. The Producers Pavilion will be a sensory explosion of tastes, smells and visual delights and will be home to some of Australia’s finest boutique producers where you will have the opportunity for free tastings or to purchase their products.  Producers include: Brookies Gin, Caldera Fine Foods, Coyo Yogurt, Kenilworth Cheese, Meredith Dairies, Padre Coffee, Pomodoras Balsamic Dressing, Pretty Produce/Green Cauldron Farm and Woombye Cheese. The Producers Pavilion will also feature the Chef’s Skills Table presented by Olsson’s Salts and MC’d by Queensland Taste Editor, Anooska Tucker-Evans. The Chef’s Skills Table sessions feature a range of chefs including Colin Fassnidge, Matt Wilkinson, Miguel Maestre, Kirsten Tibballs, Alanna Sapwell, Adam D’Sylva, Zack Furst, Brendon Barker, Charley Snadden-Wilson, Jordan Toft and Steve and Will from MKR. 2. Pimm’s Garden Party Located in the heart of the Festival Village under the beautiful Sperry Tent, the Pimm’s Garden Party is everything you would expect from Pimm’s. A stylish space complete with various seating options (the perfect zone to people watch) and of course delicious drinks from Pimm’s!  3. Craft Beer & Cider Corner Hipsters rejoice – the Craft Beer & Cider Corner is your place! Noosa’s version of a beer garden complete with live music and dj’s turning out cool vibes throughout the day. Together with Asahi premium beer, the Craft Beer and Cider Corner with feature some of the region’s best craft brewers in action. Beers and cider include 4 Pines Brewing Co, Balter Brewing (voted number 1 in 2018), Brick Lane Brewing Co, Eumundi Brewery, Hawkers Beer and Stone & Wood (voted number 2 in 2018). 4. The Masterclass Yurt Presented by Olsson’s Salts under the canopy of a stunning Yurt, the masterclasses are an opportunity to see some of the visiting chefs and winemakers in an intimate setting. Olsson’s Salt will naturally be a theme throughout the classes and local produce will be in the spotlight. Guests include Colin Fassnidge, Giovanni Pilu, Matt Wilkinson, Adam D’Sylva, Shaw + Smith Winemaker, Adam Wadewitz, cheese expert Peter Gross and more. The masterclasses can be pre-booked at $20 per class ($30 for wine masterclasses). 5. Meet the Chefs
Some of Australia best chefs will present cooking demos on the Main Stage including Miguel Maestre, Colin Fassnidge, Matt Sinclair, Paul Carmichael, Alessandro Pavoni, Giovanni Pilu, Matt Golinksi, Matt Stone, Zack Furst, Jo Barrett and Matt Wilkinson. 6. Taste of Noosa
Enjoy tastes from some of Noosa’s best restaurants across the weekend including Arcuri, Boardwalk Bistro on Hastings, Bombetta, Embassy XO, Padre Coffee, Providore on Hastings, Sum Yung Guys, View Restaurant and Village Bicycle. 7. Wine, Wine and More Wine
What’s a food and wine festival without great wine? Some of Australia’s best wineries will be in the Festival Village including Cape Mentelle, Cloudy Bay, Chandon, Chandon S, Clairault I Streicker Wines, Dal Zotto, De Iuliis Wines, Devil’s Corner,Hill-Smith Family Wines, Hollick Wines, Innocent Bystander, Irvine Estate, Journey Wines, Ocean Eight Winery, Pizzini Wines, Polperro Wines, Sharmans Wines, Shaw + Smith, Tellurian Wines, Turkey Flat Vineyards, Veuve Clicquot, Wairau River Wines, Yabby Lake, Yering Station and Xanadu Margaret River.  8. Live Music Enjoy a line-up of performers across two stages from early afternoon through to dusk, including DJs and bands Tijuana Cartel, Koi Boys, Funk N Stuff, The Most and more. 9. The OpenTable Festival Village VIP Lounge
The Hamptons themed VIP lounge is the place to be over the festival weekend. You will be welcomed by the OpenTable Hostess and have the opportunity to meet guest chefs throughout the day. With limited tickets available to this exclusive venue, you will receive four complimentary drinks per day while enjoying an all-day grazing table prepared by the VIP Lounge Festival Chef. There will be wines by Xanadu Margaret River, along with premium Japanese beer Asahi Super Dry and refreshing water by San Pellegrino. There’s also the VIP satellite lounge complete with Chandon Bar close to the Main Stage to see all the action! 10. The Essentials:  The Festival Village will open Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May from 10am – 8pm.   Tickets start at $30 for adults, $15 for children and a weekend pass costs from $50. The OpenTable Festival Village VIP Lounge costs $150. Entry to the Festival Village includes a complimentary glass of wine by Xanadu Margaret River and a Noosa Food & Wine glass. Drinks from Wineries start at $3 for a 50ml taster and $8.00 for a 150ml glass.  The Festival Village is an all-weather event. Getting to the Festival Village is easy – thanks to the Noosa Food & Wine Festival Bus roaming between 9.30am and 8.30pm from the Noosa Transit Centre and The J in Noosa Junction to the Noosa Lions Park every half hour! The Festival Village is a cashless event so bring your debit card, credit card, phone (with mobile wallet enabled) and get ready to 'tap & go'. Every restaurant, winery and producer  will only  take payment with a Visa, MasterCard or Amex debit or credit card or your smart phone with 'tap & go' functionality. For the full program and to purchase event tickets see
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Encounter unforgettable sights on this odyssey through Northern Italy that begins in Milan, home to Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, and ends in legendary Venice, the ‘Queen of the Adriatic.’ These two iconic cities bookend an exploration of Northern Italy that rewards romantics, lovers of art and architecture, and connoisseurs of food and wine with amazing experiences in Verona, the famed city of Romeo and Juliet, Padua, once home to Galileo and Copernicus, bountiful Bologna and historic Ferrara. Splendours of Italy
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Festive food and wine matching made easy
Tis the season for fabulous festive food and wine matches. Whether you’re catching up with friends over a casual bite, indulging in a family Christmas feast, or celebrating New Year’s Eve with a selection of finger food, there are so many opportunities to discover a diverse range of delicious food and wine matches. If you like to stick to tradition on Christmas Day, pair a Sparkling Aussie red with a classic roast and clove-studded ham, or if you’re going for a lighter option of fresh seafood and salads, Semillon and Riesling are perfect. Whatever your festive food choices, there’s a wine to suit! Festive celebrations Light and aromatic whites When Nicole Gow is hosting a festive catch-up with friends, she likes to make sure the food is a celebration of fresh Australian produce and Sydney rock oysters with ginger and shallot dressing is one of her go-to choices. And for wine? “The subtle flavours in this classic summer entree need a celebratory Sparkling or a light and aromatic white wine match such as Sauvignon Blanc & blends , Riesling , Vermentino or Pinot G ,” she says. Medium weight and textural whites Adam Walls is a huge fan of summer seafood and while he loves simply serving it fresh with a dash of lemon, he also enjoys adding a few other delicious flavours like in the prosciutto wrapped prawns with a rocket aioli recipe. When choosing a matching wine, he says, “With the rich flavours of the prosciutto and aioli, go for a medium weight and textural white wine such as the traditional varieties of Verdelho and Chardonnay , or for something different, Arneis or Fiano .” Light to medium weight and savoury reds Dave Mavor is a Christmas traditionalist, so Pete Evans’ glazed Christmas ham is always on his menu. But that doesn’t mean you have to go heavy on the reds, he explains, “Just perfect for the Australian climate, light to medium weight and savoury reds like Pinot Noir , Merlot , Grenache & GSM blends and Nero d’Avola are a fantastic choice for this beautiful ham recipe.” Richer and fuller bodied reds Trent Mannell relishes a big, bold red wine, whatever the weather, but of course in Australia we’re lucky to have so many fantastic Sparkling reds to enjoy in summer. “Sparkling reds are a uniquely Australian festive tradition and are ideal with roasted turkey and smoked oyster stuffing ,” Trent say, “Or you can match other rich, full-bodied reds like Shiraz & blends , Cabernet & blends , Sangiovese or Tempranillo .”  
Two Blues Sauvignon Blanc 2014
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