Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch, Pour Me Their Australian Riesling

Hunting for an Australian wine does not wag their tail, here's I am sure a tastier one, Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch by Plunkett Fowles from Strathbogie Ranges area in Victoria.


I would go for their Riesling whose grapes come from a combination of the Old Riesling Block (73%) on the Whitegate vineyard and Block 13 (27%) on the Upton Run vineyard.

The Ladies Who Shoot their Lunch range also includes a Shiraz and a Wild Ferment Chardonnay.

Now I need a real taste not a virtual one.

Thanks to Robert McIntosh of Thirst for Wine for putting this label on my radar.

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