July 23, 2013
I love Melbourne. If it wasn't for the pristine beaches here in Sydney I would move to Melbourne in a heartbeat. It's edgy, urban and has this continual feeling of coolness that makes you feel like you'd never fit in but that you'd be so curious to find out what all the fuss is about.
When my pals at Cake Wine suggested joining them at their pop-up event in Melbourne and hosting a Kinfolk Honey Harvest workshop there I couldn't help but say yes! The timing is bad, life is extremely busy, but what the hell? So on 10 August I'll be bringing Kinfolk to Melbourne for a whirlwind trip but we've got some pretty amazing partners lined up to help make it happen: Maya Sunny Honey, Pop & Scott, Sarah Williams Photography, Moving Out, Eating In and of course Cake Wines (I'll certainly be enjoying a glass or two of their new Young Wine Makers Series).
So if you're Melbourne-based and want to join us, tickets are limited but grab yours here. If you can't make it to the workshop then head over to the pop-up bar around 4pm for a little Happy Hour gathering I'm putting together, just because.