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Wine appreciation is a sensory experience. From sight through to smell and taste, the glassware we use can have an impact on each aspect of our sensory journey. Find out more in our insightful blog here. Continue »
So you’ve been carefully curating your wine cellar but you’re not much of a cook? We’ve compiled this list of our favourite Perth venues where you can bring a bottle (or two) from home and let someone else take care of the dishes. Continue »
International Cabernet Day falls on the last Thursday of every August. In wine circles, it’s a day to delight in one of our favourite drops. The Singlefile team salutes Cabernet every day of the year, but we felt there was no better time to acknowledge this King of the Reds than its international day of observance, with an article about the nuances of this beguiling variety. Is it best when left to shine on its own or is it in its element when blended with its varietal partners? Let’s go on a discovery tour of this fine variety. Continue »
Well, Vintage 2018 is well and truly done and dusted. The grapes have been brought into the winery, crushed and are fermenting into wonderful wines stamped with a great vintage year – Western Australia experienced one of the best vintage seasons in recent history. In this blog post, co-owner Viv Snowden and Patrick Corbett reveal the insights about this harvest and the quality of the fruit. Continue »
Many of Singlefile’s fans know our queen variety is Chardonnay. Our cool-climate region of Denmark, with its nippy breezes from the Southern Ocean, produces pristine Chardonnay grapes. Singlefile crafts diverse expressions of this variety in its approachable Run Free range, the regional Great Southern range and the vineyard-specific Single Vineyard range. Not to mention the iconic The Vivienne Chardonnay. In this blog post, we take you through the journey of all Singlefile’s Chardonnays. Continue »