The Cutting is teaming up with the creatives at Really Useful Pots to bring you a fun-filled day of pottery, wine and locally sourced food.
Really Useful Pots is a small family-run pottery based in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Susanna, a self-taught potter and her daughter Matilda experiment with different types of clay and techniques to bring life and colour to your home and garden. Drawing inspiration from the abundance of local birdlife and landscapes, the pair are passionate about creating beautiful and truly practical pieces.
Experience a little more Barossa in a relaxed atmosphere at The Cutting’s boutique winery and vineyard setting. Resident winemaker Belinda van Eyssen will kick off the day with a wine tasting. You’ll be guided through the art of hand-building with clay while sipping on our highly acclaimed red wines. Local caterer Malcolm Filsell will serve delicious Reubens from freshly sourced Barossa produce.
*Workshop ticket includes one complimentary glass of wine, lunch and pottery workshop.
*General admission tickets available for those not participating in the workshop but who would like to join for a glass of wine and Reuben from 1pm- 5pm.
**Pieces will not be fired or glazed, but can be arranged with Really Useful Pots at an extra cost.
**Additional wines by the glass or bottle and beautiful ceramics will be available to purchase on the day.
Thank you for your purchase. Refunds or credits are available for cancellations. If the event organiser issues a refund, the customer booking fee is non-refundable.
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Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people