Corinne Mossati and The Gourmantic Garden are featured on national television with Gardening Australia, national radio with Real World Gardener and Breathe UK print magazine. Furthermore, Corinne is a double winner in the Randwick Council Garden Awards and the Grow It Local Awards.
In the Media:
Gardening Australia, ABC TV
ABC TV’s Gardening Australia with host Costa Georgiadis presented a story on Corinne Mossati and The Gourmantic Garden in Botanical Beverages, a segment on growing a cocktail garden. The segment which aired nationally on 21 May 2021 was also shared on various social media accounts including Gardening Australia YouTube channel, Gardening Australia Facebook Page and Costa Georgiadis Official Facebook Page. More information is available here. You can view the segment in the sidebar and on the Botanical Beverages Fact Sheet on Gardening Australia website.
Real World Gardener, 2RRR 88.5FM
Marianne Cannon, Presenter of Real World Gardener on 2RRR radio interviewed Corinne Mossati in September 2021. The first segment went to air on Wednesday 29 September at 5pm on 2RRR 88.5FM Sydney, was repeated on Friday 1 October at 9am then across Australia on the Community Radio Network at 9.04 AEST on Saturday 2nd October. More information about the radio interview is available in this article here where you can listen to the Real world Gardener interview.
Randwick Council Garden Awards
Corinne was a double winner in the Randwick Council Garden Awards 2021 in two categories:
- Best Edible Garden
- Eco Champion Award
Grow It Local Awards
The Gourmantic Garden was the first place winner in the Grow It Local Awards 2022 in the Best Veggie Patch Name category.
Breathe Magazine UK
I am featured in an article in Breathe Magazine UK by journalist, writer and avid gardener Alice Whitehead. The article is called ‘Drink me!’ Capture summer’s fragrant flavours with some easy-to-make botanical syrups where I share my tips on making garden-grown syrups and how I use them in cocktails. The article includes a mini interview, tips on growing Vietnamese mint, lemon balm and pineapple sage as well two of my recipes. More information in this article.
Last updated 6 July 2022.