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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 »
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 »
Singlefile’s commitment to the Great Southern is due in part to its diverse geography and, more explicitly, its geology, which comprises a liquorice all-sorts of land girt by sea. This variety is what makes the Great Southern so convincing as a supreme winemaking region. To read more about the Great Southern's geology, written by our resident geologist, Phil Snowden. Continue »