Singlefile Wines is the Great Southern’s leader in world-class wines. Finely crafted Chardonnay is our signature style, made from pristine grapes grown in our esteemed Denmark vineyard. The Singlefile collection features Great Southern wines made from the best vineyards in the region, from Frankland River Shiraz to Porongurup Riesling. Take your pick.
Singlefile Wines are made in a thoughtful, contemporary and refined style. They are elegant and fruit-driven with appealing length of flavour.
Run Free wines are deliciously accessible Great Southern expressions that are fruit driven, full of personality and make perfect food matches.
Singlefile infuses the value of excellence into every distinct part of its winemaking practice. It begins with identifying the best sites of the Great Southern from which we access exceptional fruit. The focus then moves to the winery, where we recruit the best tools, methods and people to craft elegantly balanced wines with marginal synthetic intrusion.
Singlefile’s commitment to the Great Southern region is paramount. We love nothing more than welcoming visitors to our special corner of the earth, bound by sea and a rich geography of karri forests, granite outcrops and magnificent shorelines. Stunning natural scenery may be the Great Southern’s backdrop but its spirit lies in the bounty of its land – wine, food and the pure conviviality of its people. Visit Singlefile in Denmark where your Great Southern journey begins.
Singlefile Wines embodies the pursuit of excellence. Our intention is to make every part of our practice golden, enabling the best attributes of the fruit to shine in our Great Southern expressions. We value innovation – and feel compelled to celebrate the triumphs of all those Australians who strive to achieve excellence.
Patrick and Pam Corbett are the co-owners of Singlefile Wines, with Patrick leading the way as CEO and Pam the driving force behind the running of the business. With two young children, both their lives are very full. Get to know more about the Corbetts by reading this Q&A. Continue »
The year 2016 was a challenging year in terms of the length of the wet season, which encroached on the ripening of the vines and meant plenty of proactive management was necessary, particularly in terms of prevention of bird damage. A late storm in January was unwelcome in most of the Great Southern. Fortunately the yield was up on 2015 and most vineyards could work around any bird damage or threat from botrytis and, like many other vineyards, Singlefile could breathe a sigh of relief once we had completed the harvest, around the normal date towards the end of March. Continue »
What’s Going On? It was Marvin Gaye’s 11th studio album. It’s also what you’ll discover when you click here for the latest events on the Singlefile calendar. We confirm or deny the Rumours, which also happens to be Fleetwood Mac’s 11th studio album and most successful release. There are plenty of Singlefile events on the turntable – choose your top picks.