Bon Fromage Returns as a Virtual Festival Dedicated to European Cheese

Eat, Events, Sydney / 4 November 2020

Bon Fromage, the Festival of European Cheeses is back, with an online-only event in 2020.

Another cheese festival has graced Sydneysiders once again, and the timing could not get any better. Bon Fromage is returning this November, but not as you know it. Get ready for a virtual cheese festival, running for an entire week from Saturday, November 21st to Sunday, November 29th, 2020. 

Cheese lovers will be well-acquainted with the Bon Fromage Festival of European Cheeses, a celebration of Frances’ finest Fromage. This year, the festival will deliver a selection of four Gourmet Tasting Packs (packed with half a kilo of high-quality French cheese, priced at $20 including shipping) to attendees. Plus, you’ll receive FREE access to a series of curated online masterclasses.

At the Bon Fromage Online Festival, prepare for a gastronomical journey to Europe to master the art of French cheese (all without leaving your own home). As part of the event, attendees will be treated to masterclasses hosted by one of France’s best Cheesemongers, Bon Fromage Ambassador and French cheesemonger, François Robin. Prepare to learn tonnes about French cheese as François takes to the (virtual) stage with some of Australia’s best cheese and drink purveyors, including Maker and Monger’s Anthony Femia.

To complete your cheese festival experience, a limited selection of VIP Packs (priced between $85-140 including shipping) with exclusive workshops are also available. Each VIP Pack and masterclass has been curated by some of Australia’s leading artisanal cheese and beverage merchants including Sydney’s Simon Johnson Quality Foods, Adelaide’s Smelly Cheese Shop, and The Drink Hive.

The Bon Fromage Online Cheese Festival is running from Saturday, November 21st to Sunday, November 29th, 2020. Get in quick, the Gourment Tasting Packs and VIP Tasting packs are available to purchase now until Sunday, November 15th. Plus masterclass spaces are limited and bookings are essential.