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Produce to Platter - Daylesford & The Macedon Ranges, Ballarat & The…

by Jonette George

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Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges blurs boundaries with the Ballarat & District wine region, which in turn blurs into The Pyrenees. With such thriving regions like pigeons in a row, Jonette and Daniele decided to create their own treasure box, and showcase all three-in-one. Producers, providores, vignerons and chefs are all featured in this guide to the regions, with local produce exulted and wine revered. Signature recipes with full page food shots are mingled amongst pages of stunning photography of the regions and their producers.

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