Fresh Pasta Making Experience


For very good reason, pasta is one of the most popular foods in the world! Our cooking course on the Mornington Peninsula covers everything pasta; such as types of flour used in pasta dough making, equipment you will need and ingredients used in filled pasta’s such as tortellini. You’ll learn to mix the ingredients and then knead, rest, roll and cut the dough to shape. Hands on, step by step class which will also cover pasta fillings that you can hand pick from our farm garden. You will also gain knowledge about extra virgin olive oil and how to best use this great ingredient in your pasta and other cooking.

Cooking courses at Green Olive at Red Hill are the ideal gift for any occasion. Spend time in our kitchen garden and commercial kitchen with our experienced chef.

Once the hard work is done you sit down, admire the view of the vineyard, kitchen garden and ducks on the dam whilst enjoying the tantalising produce you just made with a glass of Kelpie Bridge wine.

Our 27 acre farm is located one hour from Melbourne at Red Hill, in the wine growing region of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Our rich volcanic soils, cool climate and “between the bays location” is the ideal place for growing quality food and wine.

Set on a hillside and overlooking our large dam we have the most picturesque setting for visitors to enjoy a wide range of farm produce tapas dishes, wine from our vineyard, cooking classes and our unique Farm Gate Experience.

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  • Classes
  • Medium
  • Half day

Why will you love it?

  • Learning to make pasta
  • The tranquil surroundings
  • A delicious meal and wines to follow

What will you learn?

  • Everything pasta;
  • Types of flour used in pasta dough making, 
  • Equipment you will need and ingredients used in filled pasta’s such as tortellini
  • To mix the ingredients and then knead, rest, roll and cut the dough to shape. H
  • Knowledge about extra virgin olive oil and how to best use this great ingredient in your pasta and other cooking.

What will you get?

  • To spend time in our kitchen garden and commercial kitchen with our experienced chef.
  • Once the hard work is done you sit down, admire the view of the vineyard, kitchen garden and ducks on the dam whilst enjoying the tantalising produce you just made with a glass of Kelpie Bridge wine.


What do you need to know?

  • Please arrive for course registration at 8.50am.
  • Course commences at 9am and concludes at 12noon followed by a wine tasting and lunch.
  • Course notes, chefs apron and all equipment supplied.
  • Please bring a cooler bag to take fresh produce home safely.