Events – The Cutting | Barossa Valley
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Tasting Australia

Sunday 2 May, 12noon at The Barossa Cellar.

The Barossa is not just any wine region – it’s a place of legendary characters that dominate the Australian wine industry. Its stories are of the larrikins and mavericks that forged the region through change. This event is a celebration of things to come. Food from the Barossa has always.

A new generation is now keen to take the baton for Barossa as home of Australia’s best food and wine. In this Tasting Australia event, five chefs will represent the future of Barossa food, collaborating to serve a five-course lunch.
The wines from 10 participating winemakers will be authentically Barossan, telling the stories of their influential ‘Masters’ yet infused with the energy that contemporary ideas bring to the table. Take a sneak peek – and taste – of the future, in the home of Australia’s most celebrated collection of regional fine wine: The Barossa Cellar.

The Cutting at Cellar Door Fest 2021

The Cutting was excited to be at Cellar Door Fest—Adelaide’s favourite food and drink festival—returned to the Adelaide Convention Centre, 5 – 7 February, 2021.

It was an opportunity to showcase their wines as well as meet, taste and discover the best of SA as a delicious mix of wineries, distilleries and food producers from across the State for three days of gourmet fun.

The Cutting Wins Gold At Barossa Wine Show

The 2020 Barossa Wine Show has again celebrated the wines of Barossa.

Based on national standards and derived using a 100-point scale, The Cutting was pleased to win the Gold Medal for their 2018 Barossa Shiraz at the Barossa Wine Show with a score of 96 Points!


The Cutting 2018 Shiraz is ready for tasting and we want you to feel invited!

Our family-run micro winery and vineyard will open to you for the first time to mark the occasion. So, come over for a glass directly out of the barrel and a chance to mingle between the vines with our resident winemaker Belinda van Eyssen and viticulturist Daniel McDonald.

You can expect a relaxing atmosphere, with live music by Adelaide singer Erin Jae, Barossa-sourced gourmet Reubens or a vegetarian delight, and a sweet treat. A preview tasting of The Cutting 2020 awaits you too!

*limited tickets available due to Covid restrictions, so book yours at https://events.humanitix.com/thecutting2018launch without delay.

Barossa Happy Hour – Live Event

There’s loving shiraz and then there’s *really* loving Shiraz.

Join Belinda and Daniel from The Cutting live for happy hour tonight from 5.00 pm. We’re pretty sure they’ll keep the wine in their glass, but 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️ you never know with these two! 😂

Facebook Live from @BarossaWines

View the video here at https://www.facebook.com/BarossaWines/videos/225184605250436/



In a landmark event, Chefs of Barossa’s renowned eateries will join forces with wineries (including The Cutting) and distillers to present a single dining experience, “Barossa, Our Story”. Driven by a 50+ strong collaborative force, the dinner is set to be a sumptuous look into the diversity, talent and generosity of Barossa’s contemporary culinary story.

Over five courses the team will explore the very DNA that gives Barossa its stellar reputation for wine and food globally:

Small bites and sticky fingers, super tasty, contemporary restaurant snacks. Gin cocktails, sparkling and rosé.  Fermented, cured and raw #1, Barossa food personified by a “sauer” specialist with a twist from an Italian raised on produce straight from “il contadino’ (the farmer). Aromatic and refreshing whites.

From the earth, all about the season’s bounty, sustainability and a lighter footprint. Lighter shades of red wine.

From frugality to multi-culturalism, celebrating our food journey from settlement to today, solid plant-based food with sides of carnivorous treats. Chartered Tour de Force, heroes of the Barossa Old Vine Charter.

Fermented, cured & raw, inspired by the Barossa Farmers’ Market. Wines of rich and lingering style

Barossa invites you to find your place in our story, Thursday 5 March 2020 and beyond.