This October 5, Pt. Leo Estate will team up with the iconic Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters for an exclusive menu collaboration.

This October 5, Pt. Leo Estate will team up with the iconic Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters for an exclusive menu collaboration.

Culinary Director of Pt. Leo Estate, Josep Espuga, will join forces with Executive Chef of Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters, Alejandro Saravia, to curate a seasonal menu with exclusive wine pairings.

A unique cellar door experience in the heart of Melbourne’s bustling CBD, the evening will bring together the very best produce and wine that Victoria has on offer. The menu is also inspired by the rich cultural influences of Espuga and Saravia’s Spanish and Peruvian heritage.

I am excited to partner with Josep and Pt. Leo Estate, which is an iconic vineyard, but also the perfect combination of my passions – food, wine, art and culture. Creating a seasonal menu which combines Josep’s Spanish flavours with those of my native Peru will be a delicious experience for guests”, says Saravia.

The five-course menu that champions local produce will be paired with a carefully curated selection of Pt. Leo Estate wines. Diners will be treated to dishes with ingredients that reflect the Mornington Peninsula, such as Port Phillip Bay Sea urchin mousse, Red Hill truffle and salmon roe from neighbouring region, Yarra Valley.

It is an honour to be able to create a menu where my Spanish roots can be complimented by a shared love of Victorian produce with the exceptional Alejandro Saravia, says Espuga.

More information on the menu can be found here.


Tickets: available here

Date: 6:30pm, 5 October 2023

Price: $280 pp

About Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters:

Victoria by Farmer’s Daughters is a groundbreaking culinary experience celebrating the produce, people, and places of Victoria. Executive Chef, Alejandro Saravia, takes diners on a seasonal journey to all of Victoria’s regions, unearthing stories from some of the most dedicated and specialised producers that call the state home.

Following the success of Farmer’s Daughters at 80 Collins, Saravia created this unique 250-seat venue in Fed Square, overlooking the Yarra River which is designed to offer a range of experiences from intimate dinners to large events and focuses on an evolving seasonal menu drawn from across Victoria’s regions.

Read the article by Concrete Playground – A fusion of Spanish and Peruvian flavours meets Pt Leo Estate wines and Victoria’s finest produce at this one-night-only dinner.