Game Food & Wine Lunch at The Wolf and I

Are you GAME?

Wolf and I

Top Australian Wines presents…
Our exclusive Game Food & Wine Lunch at The Wolf and I!

You won’t have to hunt down the most delectable tastes…because they are all found right here!

Enjoy an evening of adventure and originality as you embark on a journey of new experiences and new tastes.

Feast on a lunch complete with a variety of wild game dishes cooked to perfection. Plus, with each course, you get two wines…that’s 8 wines total.

WHAT: Extraordinary Wine Lunch

WHEN: Sunday, 13th April, starting at 1:00PM

WHERE: The Wolf and I, 152 Chapel Street, Windsor Victoria 3181

AVAILABILITY: Seating limited — reserve today!



One look at the 1870’s façade, warm lighting, exposed brick walls, and timber ceiling and you feel more than welcome in this grandiose restaurant.

One whiff of the adventurous game meats, fresh herbs and spices, and bright sauces and your mouth begins to water as your heart begins to race.

One taste of the perfectly cooked delicacies and the refreshing, flavorful wines, and you have your breath taken away.

The renowned head chef, Kiwi-born Daniel Groom, welcomes you to his restaurant – his livelihood — The Wolf and I Windsor.


You know wild game is bold, adventuresome, and flavor-forward. When prepared by exceptional chefs of a high-end restaurant, however, it becomes an extraordinary cuisine — where each meat is compared to the finest filet.

Kangaroo carpaccio with eggplant coponata, pancetta croquettes, and balsamic reduction — a dish you’ll talk about for years to come.

We pair your kangaroo dish with the perfect, tantalizing wine. When your venison sausage and braised cabbage dish arrives, you won’t know to stand and applaud or drool quietly.

Venison sausages with braised red cabbage, mash potato, red current and red wine jus — perhaps the best sausage you’ve ever tasted.

What goes better than flavourful sausage than impeccably paired wines like the 2012 Are You Game Shiraz & 2010 Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Shiraz?

The joke about crocodile is that it tastes like chicken…but when prepared by the fine chefs at The Wolf and I, it tastes like heaven.

Salt and pepper crocodile with coriander, mint, chili, roast shallots, cucumber and lime, and a sumptuous Asian dressing yes, this crocodile has bite! Delicious from your first forkful to your last.

What wine pairs best with crocodile? We’ll bring the perfect selection!

2013 Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Riesling & 2011 Hahndorf Hill Gruner Veltliner

Tasmanian and victorian cheese, quince paste, grapes, and fruit bread a perfect end to your perfect meal!

Your final dish is washed down with some of the best wine Top Australian Wines has to offer!

2011 Kellermeister Eiswein (Eden Valley, SA) & 2007 Two Italian Boys “The Sticky Italian” Botrytis Semillon

Game meat has quickly become one of the most sought-after cuisines in Australia. Combined with the perfect preparation and precise presentation of The Wolf and I’s talented chefs, these dishes become tantalizing works of art!

Reserve your seat today and enjoy exceptional wines throughout your adventurous and unforgettable wine lunch at The Wolf and I.

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