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Pete Evans and Jacob’s Creek host longest reserved table lunch


On Saturday 27 July, 550 people converged on the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour for an event to celebrate Australia’s multicultural history.


550 guests joined celebrity chef Pete Evans for the
Jacob’s Creek Reserved Table Lunch

On arrival, guests were able to have their photo taken with Jacob’s Creek ambassador Pete Evans and were then seated for a three hour lunch.

Guests were asked to bring a dish representing their cultural provenance and share it with their fellow diners. Additional antipasto platters, salads and desserts were provided by Laissez-Faire Catering.

Jacob’s Creek served a range of wines including 2012 Riesling from the Barossa, a 2012 Chardonnay from the Adelaide Hills and a 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra to highlight the theme of provenance.

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