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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
19 January 2023 | Phil Snowden

The Bedford Story

Phil and Viv sat down to share the remarkable story of how a historic and distinctive 1937 Bedford Ute came to Singlefile, and how it eventually found its way home.  Continue »

Time Posted: 19/01/2023 at 1:02 PM Permalink to The Bedford Story Permalink
Christina Brown
22 December 2022 | Christina Brown

How to Wrap Christmas Wine Gifts

If you are gifting a bottle of Singlefile wine for Christmas, try our elegant wrapping techniques for a beautiful way to present your bottle! No bottle bags required.  Continue »

Time Posted: 22/12/2022 at 3:43 PM Permalink to How to Wrap Christmas Wine Gifts Permalink
Christina Brown
27 October 2022 | Christina Brown

Singlefile's Guide to Wine Tasting

We taste wine to develop our palate and discover what we like and dislike. Using this guide will help you hone in on which grape varieties, regions and specific vineyards you enjoy. We hope to help you discover a newfound appreciation for using all of your senses when tasting and enjoying wine.  Continue »

Time Posted: 27/10/2022 at 3:58 PM Permalink to Singlefile's Guide to Wine Tasting Permalink
Christina Brown
1 September 2022 | Christina Brown

Meet Singlefile Co-founder, Phil Snowden

While you may not have met Singlefile co-owner, Phil Snowden, at the Cellar Door, we are all the beneficiaries of his efforts behind the scenes. Since purchasing the land in 2007, Phil has played a major role in its evolution to the inviting and elegantly presented property it is today.  Continue »

Time Posted: 01/09/2022 at 1:00 PM Permalink to Meet Singlefile Co-founder, Phil Snowden Permalink
Christina Brown
23 June 2022 | Christina Brown

A Sneak Peek into the Bald Head Trail, Torndirrup National Park and the South Coast

Christina from our Cellar Door team hiked the Bald Head Trail earlier this year and shares her insights into this challenging but rewarding walk, and some of her other picks of the Torndirrup National Park and South Coast.  Continue »

Time Posted: 23/06/2022 at 1:37 PM Permalink to A Sneak Peek into the Bald Head Trail, Torndirrup National Park and the South Coast Permalink
Ian Fenech
26 May 2022 | Ian Fenech

Chardonnay Reimagined, and 'The Vivienne'

Chardonnay's noble history begins in the Burgundy region in the early 1300s. Adaptable to a variety of climates, chardonnay is truly representative of the place in which it is grown, and can produce wines that are clean, crisp and light; to complex, oaky and voluptuous. Yet, chardonnay seems to provoke both reverence and loathing - read on for a little more about the wine that always elicits a passionate opinion!  Continue »

Time Posted: 26/05/2022 at 2:31 PM Permalink to Chardonnay Reimagined, and 'The Vivienne' Permalink
Viv Snowden
14 April 2022 | Viv Snowden

Viv's Vintage Reflections

Vigneron Viv Snowden has documented her insights into vintage 2022 at Singlefile. The grapes have been handpicked, and are now being crushed and fermented, marking the culmination of another cycle in the life of our family vineyard.  Continue »

Time Posted: 14/04/2022 at 1:00 PM Permalink to Viv's Vintage Reflections Permalink
Claire Bateman
14 April 2022 | Claire Bateman

Vintage Wrap for Our Vineyards in the Great Southern

With the last picks of red wine fruit just around the corner, harvest is nearly complete for Vintage 2022 in the Great Southern. We reflect on the 2021-22 season in our vineyards.  Continue »

Time Posted: 14/04/2022 at 12:50 AM Permalink to Vintage Wrap for Our Vineyards in the Great Southern Permalink
Claire Bateman
17 March 2022 | Claire Bateman

Decoding Winemaking Terms

Do you know your pH from your Total Acidity? In this piece by Claire in Singlefile’s Perth office, we break down some of the common winemaking terms you may see on a bottle or a tasting note, to help you decipher them with confidence.  Continue »

Time Posted: 17/03/2022 at 12:23 PM Permalink to Decoding Winemaking Terms Permalink
Ian Fenech
3 March 2022 | Ian Fenech

Riesling and the Porongurup Sub-Region

Riesling has a long history in Australia with a sometimes ‘bittersweet’ reputation, stemming from an ongoing perception of riesling as a sweet wine. However, the rieslings of the Great Southern are characteristically dry, delicate and complex, telling a story of the nuances of terroir and place.  Continue »

Time Posted: 03/03/2022 at 12:49 PM Permalink to Riesling and the Porongurup Sub-Region Permalink

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