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We’d love to keep our conversation with you going, so please drop in to read our blog from time to time. We promise to entertain you and we’d love to hear from you in return. 

Tash McCarthy
 
10 October 2016 | Tash McCarthy

What’s the difference between Pinot Gris vs Pinot Grigio?

Did you know Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are the same grape variety? It’s a white grape, with a grey-brownish pink skin (hence the name gris, or grey in English). The grape originated in France (from the Burgundian Pinot family), and is known as Pinot Gris in France, where it’s most cultivated in Alsace. So what about Pinot Grigio? Discover more by reading our blog post.  Continue »

Time Posted: 10/10/2016 at 7:30 AM
Patrick Corbett
 
13 September 2016 | Patrick Corbett

Top Sydney Wine Bars

Sydney’s lockout laws have affected drinking establishments across the city but none has thrived more in this environment than the wine bar. Sydneysiders have an affinity with drinking good wine with finely tuned food in elegant environments. So drink up Singlefile’s list of the Top 5 Wine Bars in Sydney and patronise these spots to keep them alive and kicking!  Continue »

Pam Corbett
 
15 August 2016 | Pam Corbett

Q & A with Winemaker Mike Garland

Singlefile’s co-winemaker Mike Garland brings a wealth of experience to his job. But not all his experience lies in the land of wine. Mike has dabbled in wetland research, computer sales, fashion retail and a bit of building on the side. Discover more about his winemaking philosophy below.  Continue »

Phil Snowden
 
19 July 2016 | Phil Snowden

Great Southern Geology

Singlefile’s commitment to the Great Southern is due in part to its diverse geography and, more explicitly, its geology, which comprises a liquorice all-sorts of land girt by sea. This variety is what makes the Great Southern so convincing as a supreme winemaking region. To read more about the Great Southern's geology, written by our resident geologist, Phil Snowden.  Continue »

Patrick Corbett
 
18 July 2016 | Patrick Corbett

How to Cellar Wine

So you’ve collected a portfolio of premium age-worthy wines with the potential to soften and become even more complex over time. The worst thing you can do is store them in suboptimal cellaring conditions. The best thing you can do is read through these top tips to keep your wine in its happiest cellar state.  Continue »

Alicia Russell
 
13 June 2016 | Alicia Russell

Top 5 Wine Bars to Discover in Queensland

Singlefile likes wine bars – maybe you’ve noticed? We're heading all over the country to find the most intriguing and varied pickings. When it comes to Queensland, ‘wine bar’ isn’t the first tourism activity that springs to mind, but of late we’ve discovered many distinctively Queensland premises popping up. So given we’re all dreaming of warmer weather, why not head north to see what’s happening in Queensland? Take an armchair tour of Queensland’s top wine bars and plan your next escape.  Continue »

Viv Snowden
 
6 June 2016 | Viv Snowden

Meet Singlefile’s Owners, Phil and Viv Snowden

Phil and Viv Snowden live and breathe Singlefile Wines, from tending to the beautiful property with its vines and resident geese, to working in the cellar door and ensuring your precious wine lands at your doorstep. Get to know them better with this Q&A.  Continue »

Time Posted: 06/06/2016 at 1:50 PM
Pam Corbett
 
2 May 2016 | Pam Corbett

Cheese and Wine Matching

So your friends are coming over, you’ve splashed out on a fabulous selection of cheeses and now it’s time to decide on the wine. Or maybe you work in reverse? Source the wine, then figure out which cheeses to serve. Matching these two gifts from the gods is not an easy task – both cheese and wine are fermented products with complex flavour profiles to consider.  Continue »

Viv Snowden
 
29 April 2016 | Viv Snowden

Singlefile's Vintage Report 2016

The Great Southern wine region has been dealt a kind, if at times challenging, hand from Mother Nature this year. The fruit has been picked and pressed, and the wines are in tank or barrel, with the alchemy of fermentation doing its thing. A careful watch must be carried over the fruits of the winemakers’ labour. Read through Viv Snowden, Mike Garland and Coby Ladwig’s reports of how vintage 2016 has fared.  Continue »

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