Jacobs Creek Reserve
The Longest 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, in front of the Welcome Wall in Pyrmont, Sydney.
Seated at long tables, guests are invited to prepare and bring a dish that represents their culture and to share their provenance story with like-minded food lovers. 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.”
The print was a 2 colour 80cm wide repeating Jacobs Creek Reserve logo on natural Hessian. Using waterbased non toxic / no odour waterbased inks in 20m lengths.