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Stop and smell the rosé– An example itinerary

Updated: Jan 12

A group of female philosophers known by the name Destiny’s Child once said,“let me cater to you, baby this is your day.”


Here at Partner N Wine, we take on this mantra of our 90s’ girl group, because at the end of the day we want everyone to enjoy the wine and the experience.


Not everyone is going to like a heavy red wine. Summer time means sauvignon blanc and rosé.


This latest blog entry will showcase an example of a perfect day out in the Fleurieu Coast. This itinerary is catered to those that prefer white wines and rosé.


Pick up Glenelg at 9:30am

We arrive at your hotel in Glenelg and it may be a stereotype but it’s a stereotype for a reason. You’re staying in Glenelg, because you like a cool ocean breeze and a dry sauvignon blanc. “Let me cater to you!”


1st stop Dowie Doole at 10:00am

This off-grid cellar door is made from a shipping container. With solar panels on the roof, this is an eco-friendly dream. The tasting options mean that white wine lovers can indulge in sauvignon blanc, chenin blanc, chardonnay, vermentino and rosé. Refreshing, crisp, white wines and rosé that are perfect on a hot summer’s day.


To be amongst the vines, while sipping on these wines is the perfect start to any day.



2nd stop K1 Wines at 12pm

K1 Wines is a hidden gem in Kuitpo Forest that is set on an idyllic lake with a driveway lined with blooming agapanthus. Put simply, this winery is paradise. Tasting options include sparkling, sauvignon blanc, gruner veltliner, chardonnay and rosé to stick with the theme of this blog. Watch the ducks glide across the lake, while sipping on some refreshing summer wines. Choose your own platter for lunch and settle in for the afternoon.




3rd stop Alpha Box & Dice 2:30pm

Alpha Box & Dice is one the most versatile wineries with something to suit everyones tastes.


Highlights include their German style riesling, their prosecco, their pinot grigio and ofcourse their rosé


We then head back to Glenelg with bottles of wine that will pair beautifully with your fish and chips on the beach. Like seagulls waiting for a chip, these wineries will leave you wanting more.

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