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THE STEMWARE FOR SUMMER? CONSIDER THE ETHOS OF
PLUMM GLASSWARE: FIVE GLASSES ARE ALL YOU NEED.
THAT’S ONE STYLE EACH FOR FIVE STYLES OF WINE:
BUBBLES, FRESH WHITES, OAKED WHITES, LIGHT REDS AND
FULL BODIED REDS. THE TEAM BEHIND PLUMM IMPORTED
RIEDEL GLASSWARE FROM EUROPE FOR 15 YEARS, AND NOW
HAS ITS OWN SIMPLE RANGE DEVELOPED IN COLLABORATION
WITH THE WINE INDUSTRY. PLUMM HAS FOUR DIFFERENT
LINES, BUT THE IDEA IS THAT ALL OF THEIR GLASSES ARE
DESIGNED TO ENHANCE THE ENJOYMENT OF WINE. CHEERS
TO THAT. 1300 474 891, PLUMM.COM.
JOONDALUP PUNCHES HIGH IN
THE DECADENCE STAKES WITH SUGAR & SPICE
What does a bakery have to do to earn the title of Best Bakery in
Australia? “It has to produce cakes that come from the heart!” declares
Sugar & Spice Patisserie owner and head baker Patrick Vuaillat. “There
is so much more to making cakes than just following a recipe.” Born and
trained in France, Patrick has travelled the world over learning his trade;
dedicating 34 years of life to creating pastry delicacies before finally calling
Perth home. The 12-year-old Joondalup patisserie, an Aladdin’s cave of
eclectic novelty cakes that has earned a swag of awards, including Best
Pie Award (thrice) and Best Business Award, has a growing number of
aficionados including Elle McPherson, Gabriele Gate and John Howard.
Although renowned for its vanilla slice (apparently made for its female
clientele) and its Mississippi mud pie (for the g ents), the patisserie’s
chocolate mud cake ‘Death By Chocolate’ (The King of Kings) is its pièce
de résistance. – Samantha Whiteley
3/189 Lakeside Drive, Joondalup, (08) 9301 2209.
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