Lane Coves Virtual Food and Wine by the River

Welcome to the Virtual Food & Wine by the River Experience

Every November the vignerons and foodies of the Orange region hitch their horses and make their annual pilgrimage to the big smoke to celebrate Lane Cove’s Food & Wine by the River, but not 2020. Join us this November for a virtual Food & Wine by the River experience.

Throughout November you can discover the cool-climate wines of Orange, Australia’s highest-altitude wine region, and enjoy a series of meet-the-maker virtual tastings. Pre-purchase a range of wines so you can follow along at home. Packs comprise both Red and White, and the ‘Ultimate 18’. These include Orange’s best with Gold medal winners and The People’s Choice award recipients.

Mixed Cases



Angullong is a family owned winery located on the southern foothills of the ancient volcano Mount Canobolas. The vineyard is renowned for its Italian and Spanish varieties which complement their more traditional wines.

See Saw


See Saw wines are a world class expression of Orange’s pure mountainous cool climate. Estate grown fruit, nurtured using sustainable and organic viticulture, followed by minimal intervention winemaking, results in beautifully balanced handcrafted wines.

Swinging Bridge


With a commanding view of Mount Canobolas at 1395mt high, the Swinging Bridge vineyard and cellar door echos high altitude winemaking of Orange.  These handcrafted wines reflect their unique provenance and winemaker Tom Ward’s passion for his region and his craft.

Printhie / Swift


Owned by the Swift family, Printhie Wines is a 5 star rated Halliday winery and cellar door located in the high altitude, cool climate Orange region of NSW. Printhie also handcrafts the SWIFT sparkling range which is now considered one of Australia’s best.



In Wagner’s opera ‘Tristan and Isolde’ Brangayne, the handmaiden, creates a love potion for her mistress, Princess Isolde, as an act of love on her own behalf. The same passion and dedication is expressed by those who create the wine known and respected as Brangayne.

Philip Shaw


They say that luck is found where opportunity meets preparation. We’ve had a lot of good luck, but more importantly we have been persistent, hard-working and a little bit stubborn. Faith in our instincts combined with calculated risk have led to some beautiful moments of inspiration.

Ross Hill


In 1994, when Peter and Terri Robson purchased a property on Griffin Road in Orange, the Ross Hill Wines story began. Hard work, passion and dedication continue to be the key themes, with the goal remaining to produce exceptional quality and elegantly refined, cool-climate wines.