With individual Wagyu steak serves now selling for up to $600 in metropolitan city restaurants, the task of judging the quality and characteristics of Wagyu in Branded Beef Competitions can no longer be taken lightly. It was with this challenge in mind that a team of judges lined up last week to taste-test and rank entries in the 2018 Wagyu branded beef competition.
A team of judges last week rallied at Brisbane’s Eaton’s Hill Hotel to taste-test and rank entries in the Australian Wagyu Association’s 2018 Wagyu Branded Beef Competition. Winners of the competition will be announced at a gala dinner during the 2018 Wagyu Edge Conference being held this year in Mackay, in the lead-up to Beef 2018 in May.
BeefCentral.com | Story by Jon Condon