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Have you ever wondered about the seasons of a vineyard? We are lucky enough to be able to witness how the vines and vineyard respond to the changing seasons, and the lifecycle of a vine is particularly fascinating. Viv has written us a few words on Winter in the Vineyard here at Singefile, to keep you up-to-date and hopefully make you feel like you are walking here beside us through the rows of bare vines. Continue »
There is an official day in August, the 18th in fact, when we can tip our collective hat and pay tribute to Pinot Noir. A salute of recognition for so many beautiful memories past and present when the wine made our glasses sing, bringing love and colour to a moment, meal or a time of sharing. Pinot Noir, like no other red wine, can dazzle and uplift, marrying with so many varied foods or friends. It’s a soft, silky divinely textured transmission, dialled for bright cherry and red berry fruits while humming earthy, herbal notes. Continue »
Ever wanted to peek inside some incredible wine cellars worldwide? Continue »
We have just updated our blog on some of the iconic experiences that must be considered in a visit to Denmark and the Great Southern. This includes from kayaking on the Frankland River to discovering Albany’s ANZAC history, and included a myriad of things to do and places to explore within the vast Great Southern. Read up on our list of updated iconic experiences. Continue »
Fumé Blanc - a smoky Sauvignon style achieved by fermenting a proportion of the fruit in oak barrels. Continue »
Singlefile’s pursuit of excellence is supported by its commitment to the Great Southern region. If biggest is best, then this region of 16,712 square kilometres wins the trophy. It has about 20 square kilometres of planted vineyards and is home to five diverse sub regions that yield premium fruit across a wide range of varieties, from Riesling and Chardonnay to Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. Continue »