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Shelf life?[edit]

What kind of shelf life does a bottle of singani have? Thanks. 20:10, 4 November 2007 (UTC)

In my experience, pretty much the same as a bottle of vodka. (talk) 16:40, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

Upgrading the Singani article[edit]

I am a Singani subject matter expert, possibly one of the world's foremost. I propose to move the English singani article away from a stub to a full article. I've noticed from minor edits of mine around the Wikipedia that "bites" and "undos" are very prevalent. This would be a major, near total change, and I would hope it would go well. Rather than provoke "undo" contests, I would like to inquire in advance, who has a sense of ownership about this article. Are you a singani subject matter expert or a Wikipedia curator. When change happens, I would like the discussion if any to be friendly, informed certainly, and productive. My goals for the revision of this article are: "bold, interesting, and informative", "as historically correct as possible", and "referenced with primary sources as much as possible". I will be happy to comment more going forward. DGFritz (talk) 00:23, 16 December 2012 (UTC)

This edit replaces the stub:singani with a full article. Relevant existing "see also" links have been replaced by in-text links as recommended by Wiki:MOS. "Additional reading" has been expanded to 3 books accessible in English. "External links" include an English-language site which publishes reviews on Bolivian Wines, and a website about singani that substantially adds to the narrative as WP:EL YES:3, containing expanded descriptions of: singani awards and recognition, the making of singani from harvest to bottling, discussion of distillation at high altitude and its effect, and longer list of singani cocktails. DGFritz (talk) 20:21, 1 January 2013 (UTC)