The Fox & Daisy Wine Room, Flemington

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MELBOURNE | The Fox & Daisy Wine Room is a Flemington wine bar by Nick Prendergast and Kim Heffernan. Nick and Kim wanted to create a community focused spot showcasing local producers and they’ve succeeded. Think local craft beer, wine, cheese, cured meats, and more.

Wine wise, it’s a great assortment of independent wines ranging from familiar, old world varietals through to modern, funky, minimal intervention styles. Likewise the beer list ranges from approachable pilsners to barrel aged sours and more. And if you find something you really like, the Fox & Daisy also has a take away license, so you can enjoy it at home as well as at the bar.

For food, it’s things like charcuterie and cheeses, plus bread from local Yarraville Cobb Lane Bakery, along with a few cooked options on the weekend. Think Spanish meatball stew and cheese fondue.

Keep an eye out on their website and socials for details on meet the maker events, masterclasses and more.

The Fox & Daisy Wine Room

185 Mount Alexander Road
Flemington
Victoria 3031
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9972 9301
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Wed – Sat: 4:00pm to 10:00pm
Sun: 4:00pm to 8:30pm

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