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If you’re looking for the perfect way to start your day in the Great Southern this summer, look no further! We’ve compiled this list of our favourite breakfast and coffee venues to set you up for a day of beach hangs, hiking or biking adventures or sampling the region’s best brews, spirits and wines. Continue »
Sydneysiders have an affinity with drinking good wine with finely tuned food in elegant environments. We’ve compiled this list of our favourite Sydney venues where you can bring that special bottle from home and let someone else take care of the rest! Continue »
Fancy a night out in Melbourne, but wishing you could take that special bottle from home? Here we’ve compiled a list of our favourite Melbourne venues where you can let someone else take care of the cooking while you bring the booze. Continue »
Riesling is the wine that winemaker’s love to drink and this is particularly true of Great Southern rieslings. It is a versatile wine that has been rediscovered recently and is a perfect match with many lighter style cuisines. Read more about this versatile and vibrant grape variety in our blog post. Continue »
Have you noticed a few sparkling wines in Singlefile’s portfolio of late? We’ve caught the bubblies bug and Patrick Corbett, Singlefile’s executive winemaker, is passionate about our focus on this time-honoured practice. Discover more about our sparkling production in this insightful blog. Continue »
Patrick and Pam Corbett are the co-owners of Singlefile Wines, with Patrick leading the way as CEO and Pam the driving force behind the running of the business. With two young children, both their lives are very full. Get to know more about the Corbetts by reading this Q&A. Continue »
Did you know Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are the same grape variety? It’s a white grape, with a grey-brownish pink skin (hence the name gris, or grey in English). The grape originated in France (from the Burgundian Pinot family), and is known as Pinot Gris in France, where it’s most cultivated in Alsace. So what about Pinot Grigio? Discover more by reading our blog post. Continue »