On Wednesday May 12, The Squire’s Landing will be hosting a five course dinner paired with handpicked wines from Langmeil Winery, one of the country’s most renowned wineries located within South Australia’s Barossa wine region.

For avid wine lovers, this is an opportunity to become intimately acquainted with what it takes to make exceptional wine. You will uncover the thought process that goes into matching wine with a fabulously tailored five course menu and, of course, enjoying a glass per course yourself. Leigh Woodridge will be your host for the evening and will talk you through the wines specifically picked for this occasion.


1. 2020 Live Wire Riesling

2. 2019 Three Gardens

3. 2019 Rough Diamond Grenache

4. 2018 Orphan Bank Shiraz

5. 25 year old Tawny Port


• 12 May

• 7pm

• Five course bespoke dinner paired with a hand picked Langmeil wine per course (view here)

• Hosted by Leigh Woodridge

• $120pp

With a history dating back to 1842, Langmeil Winery is one of a few places where the blend of Barossa’s cultural beginnings with world-class winemaking can truly be experienced. Pioneer Christian Auricht first settled the trading site of Langmeil where he established what is understood to be the world’s oldest surviving shiraz vineyard, believed to be planted in 1843.

Today, the winery grounds form a captivating pocket of Australian history, now owned by the Lindner family, whose own mark on the Barossa landscape spans six-generations of regional farming, food, community, and now wine.

This event will be held upstairs in The Squire’s Landing restaurant, with panoramic views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.