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The wines have been tasted and the results are in. Halliday’s annual Wine Companion Awards were held last night in Melbourne to coincide with the release of the highly-anticipated 2019 Halliday Wine Companion. Read more about how Singlefile fared here. Continue »
Marco Pierre White brings his fierce and fiery passion for food to Taste Great Southern’s 2018 festival. Singlefile is particularly excited about seeing White at the Albany Wine & Food Festival and while he’s attending the Fervor x Three Anchors Long Table Dinner at Middleton Beach, both held on 17 March. White will spend the following day exploring the gorgeous region of Albany and visiting local attractions. Continue »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Throughout its viticultural history, the Great Southern wine region has not been held in the high regard with which it is now recognised. Despite being touted as Australia’s largest region, for a long time its very size and isolation were the monkeys on its back. It took a series of viticultural assessments and serious determination and faith from a number of producers to pull this region into the upper strata of winemaking regions. Continue »