27 Jan '13, 11pm

A Q&A with Jim Berardo, founder of the Noosa International Food & Wine Festival

A Q&A with Jim Berardo, founder of the Noosa International Food & Wine Festival

Jim: Going back to the first Festival, on the Sunday everyone was taken by bus to a Goat Farmstead where we created a mini market with local producers and held a beautiful lunch in the middle of the paddock and spoke about sustainable produce. Family of owner/operators of the Farmstead were classical musicians and topped off the day with a concert. A spectacular end to the first Festival and a moment that even today everyone speaks about. N.B we also learned that Nubian Goats can jump… one hour after all the lunch tables were set and before the guests arrived, we turned our backs for a moment and realised that 2 goats were walking along the tables wrecking all the table settings!

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