WIN your place at Australia’s Longest Reserve Table


On Saturday 27th July, hundreds of passionate diners will take their seat at Australia’s Longest Reserve Table for lunch, thanks to Jacob’s Creek and hosted by Pete Evans. Seated at long tables, in front of the Welcome Wall in Pyrmont, Sydney guests are invited to prepare and bring a dish that represents their culture and to share their provenance story with like-minded food lovers.

Where: Jacob’s Creek Reserve Table, Wharf 7, 58 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont

When: Saturday 27th July, 12:00pm – 3:00pm

For tickets, visit

Jacob’s Creek and Inside Cuisine are giving three lucky winners the chance to win a place at Australia’s Longest Reserve Table. To be in the draw to win a seat for you and a friend, tell us in 25 words or less your favourite family dish and the story or history behind it. These special winners will be provided with meals and matching Jacob’s Creek Reserve wines at the event.

Step 1: email with your favourite dish in 25 words or less, subject JACOB’S CREEK, include your full name, daytime phone number and email address.
Step 2: subscribe to the Inside Cuisine email newsletter (top right hand corner of the Inside Cuisine homepage) or ‘Like’ Inside Cuisine on Facebook or Follow Inside Cuisine on Instagram
Step 3: to be in the running make sure you have your entries in before 11pm AEST Tuesday 24th July.

Jacob’s Creek Reserve ambassador and event host, Pete Evans said, “Australians love cooking and sharing their food with friends and family. The great thing about the dishes which we prepare is that they are often influenced by where we’re from and our cultural heritage. Every dish tells a story about the person who has prepared it.”

Louis Cheng from Jacob’s Creek Reserve said “Provenance defines who you are and where you come from and, similarly our Reserve wines convey the characteristics from the regions where they are grown – being from Barossa, Adelaide Hills and Coonawarra. We have chosen these three areas as they demonstrate the best regional expressions from some of South Australia’s most renowned wine regions.”

“We look forward to sharing our wine and our story at Australia’s Longest Reserve Table, as well as hearing from hundreds of others about how their heritage and culture have influenced their passion for food and wine.”

“In keeping with the cultural heritage theme, we thought there was no place richer in ethnicity than the Welcome Wall at the Australian National Maritime Museum. The wall stands in honour of all those who have migrated from countries around the world to make Australia their home. For this reason we felt it was the perfect location to bring everyone together to share their tales of food and heritage.”

For your chance to reserve a place for you and three friends to have the opportunity to share your provenance, simply visit

Australia’s Longest Reserve Table is taking place on Saturday 27th July at 12:00pm at the Welcome Wall, situated along Sydney’s majestic Darling Harbour.


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