About Singlefile Wines
At Singlefile we strive to excel in every task that comes before us. From rigorously analysing soil composition and climatic variations through to vigour in the winery, Singlefile’s approach to winemaking is nothing short of singular.
Singlefile's wines are expressions of the unique terroir of the Great Southern wine region, which imparts distinctive attributes to the parcels of fruit that alight in our winery. We hand pick sites that best suit each of our varieties. Invariably, these sites are premium cool-climate settings, boasting supreme conditions to grow grapes of outstanding quality.
Singlefile fruit is treated as naturally as possible, allowing the beauty of the grape to shine in the final wine. In the winery, we also embrace the “less is more” practice, where wines are allowed to develop with minimal intervention.
Singlefile Wines takes its name from the resident geese, who parade gracefully in single file each day at dusk en route to the lake below the vineyards.
The crest on the Singlefile Wines label articulates the family’s international heritage. The springbok is the national animal for South Africa and appears on that country’s coat of arms. The stag is the emblem of County Clare in Ireland, where Patrick was born. Most importantly, the Singlefile moniker represents the drive to craft exceptional Great Southern wines.