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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. 

Phil Snowden
 
13 February 2017 | Phil Snowden

2017 Vintage Update

It’s nearly crunch, or should we say, “crush” time at Singlefile. The 2017 harvest is just around the corner, with Denmark showing good development and steady ripening in response to the warmer temperatures. Most vineyards are expecting a later harvest this year, perhaps two or more weeks later than last year, which means late March or early April for Chardonnay in the Great Southern. Here’s a quick rundown on how we’re shaping up for Vintage 2017.  Continue »

Time Posted: 13/02/2017 at 4:29 PM
Viv Snowden
 
5 February 2017 | Viv Snowden

Meet Gracie, Singlefile's Winery Dog

We’re big dog lovers at Singlefile – and our most beloved is certainly our winery dog Gracie, who is particularly crucial to Singlefile’s winemaking process. Gracie features on page 20 of the Wine Dogs Australia (fourth edition) and is quite a star. Find out more about how Gracie fits into life at Singlefile in this special Q&A, with answers provided by Gracie’s parents, Viv and Phil Snowden.  Continue »

Time Posted: 05/02/2017 at 2:30 PM
Tash McCarthy
 
1 January 2017 | Tash McCarthy

Meet the Corbetts

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 »

Time Posted: 01/01/2017 at 1:30 PM
Viv Snowden
 
19 December 2016 | Viv Snowden

2016 climate and vintage update

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 »

Time Posted: 19/12/2016 at 6:20 PM
Patrick Corbett
 
19 December 2016 | Patrick Corbett

2016 at Singlefile Wines

The year 2016 may go down as the year Trump came to power as the leader of the free world. Or maybe the year Rio de Janeiro hosted the Olympic Games. The affairs of Singlefile Wines may not compare on this global level but it certainly was a big year for the entire team.  Continue »

Pam Corbett
 
19 December 2016 | Pam Corbett

Top things to do in Denmark this summer

When planning your trip to the Great Southern region this summer, you’ll be spoiled for choice – and we don’t just mean the tasting line-up at our cellar door (although, of course, that’s a must!). Denmark is a Top Tourist Town winner and it’s easy to see why… from adventure walks to rock fishing and fine dining, a very wide spectrum of travel itineraries are possible for your precious holiday time in and around the Great Southern.  Continue »

Time Posted: 19/12/2016 at 4:30 PM
Viv Snowden
 
5 November 2016 | Viv Snowden

Sparkling wine and food pairing – all the tips and tricks!

Shhhh… Can you hear that? It’s the sound of corks popping all over the country. Now is the time for fun and frivolity, as the festive season approaches and end-of-year parties kick off. So as we enjoy this lovely sparkling wine, how do we best accompany it with food? The answer lies in this blog post, so read through to discover more about sparkling wine and food matching.  Continue »

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 »

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