Great Southern Collection
Singlefile’s Great Southern collection is based on crafting superlative wines from the best regional parcels from our region.
As a specialist Chardonnay producer we take the production of our sparkling wine very seriously. We focus acutely on crafting the most pristine, singular and expressive sparkling with a style and sophistication that reflects our pursuit of excellence. Our NV sparkling is produced from fruit grown in the Great Southern regions of Western Australia.
The fruit for this Riesling enjoys a long, cool ripening period and is selected from small parcels across vineyards in the Great Southern. The grapes undergo a long, slow, cold fermentation in stainless steel tanks after pressing to preserve the complex fruit characters. Gentle lees stirring is carried out, which adds a subtle texture to the wine.
Made with fruit from selected vineyards in the Great Southern region, this fresh, dry, aromatic wine showcases the varietal characteristics of this classic Western Australian blend. The exact portions of Semillon and Sauvignon vary from vintage to vintatge to consistently produce a wine with structure and length of flavour.
This now-popular style of cool-climate Chardonnay was made famous in France's Burgundy region. The cool climate of the Great Southern allows Chardonnay's natural acidity to develop slowly, to produce lean, racy wines of pure-fruit sharpness and complexity.
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot varies from vintage to vintage, but is typically 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Merlot. The fruit is picked and sorted before being cold soaked in small fermenters. It then undergoes an extended and gentle maceration allowing for the softening of the tannins.
Clément V is a classic Rhône-style red blend of Shiraz, Grenache and Mataró (also known as Mourvèdre), with Shiraz the dominant variety. Made with fruit from the Great Southern region, the wine is matured in a balance of new oak and one and two-year-old barriques. Singlefile's Clément V is our salute to the role the influential "Avignon Pope" played in establishing the viticulture of this iconic French region.