KING Valley cooking icon Katrina Pizzini will take her classes online for High Country at Home this year.
Participants can order the workshop supplies and join seven other people for the cooking lessons via the Zoom platform during May.
They will make hand-crafted gnocchi with Mrs Pizzini followed by a wine tasting with Fredo Pizzini.
The High Country at Home program was launched online this week.
The new platform at victoriashighcountry.com.au showcases a range of informative and interactive experiences with a number of winemakers, distillers and chefs.
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Bright Brewery's Barrel Series experiences - two interactive sessions each week of the festival hosted by owner and founder, Scott Brandon - taste the range of ales with head brewer, Reid Stratton.
Renowned chef and distiller, Hamish Nugent, of Bright's Reed & Co/Remedy Gin, will offer cocktail making and guided gin tastings as part of interactive classes with eight High Country businesses.
The Spa Beechworth will deliver oils, body scrub, soaks and tea ahead of a virtual foot treatment with a spa therapist.
High Country at Home is also an online marketplace showcasing products from more than 100 businesses comprising wine, beer, gin, honey, granola, sauces, olives, coffee and boutique wares.
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