I’m hoping Naked Wines
is expecting further stocks; seldom do Australian wines get the excitement levels rising as these have. Currently three wines from the Blackwood Ridge
are showing up on the Naked Wines wine search; they are good too but the ‘Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch’
range is, for me, simply superb.
Created as a ‘home drinking’ range for the owners, who have a penchant for locally shot game, they are perfectly designed to accompany food. And the marvellous packaging matches the quality of the liquid inside the bottle. Annoyingly I’ve lost the original photos of the wines and have had to steal the image used here from the internet; just don’t tell on me!
The Strathbogie Range of hills, on which the Plunkett Fowels vineyards are planted, is classed as a cool climate area; helping the formation of tight tannins in the reds, again helping those food-matching aspects.
Wine Tasting Note: Plunkett Fowles Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Shiraz, 2006, Victoria, Australia
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Great concentration and depth but also balanced with a lovely black fruit intensity on the finish. “not overly ripe, aiming for a more refined perfume and aromatics, allowing the flavours of the region to shine through”. Juicy, food-loving palate with hints of mint and underlying spice. Alcohol 14%.Andrew BarrowScribblings Rating – 94/100 [ out of 5]
Wine Tasting Note: Plunkett Fowles Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Wild Ferment Chardonnay, 2008, Victoria, Australia.
Stockist: Naked Wines
Clean and fresh aroma, lovely textural quality to the palate. Not overly oaked. Again aromatics are important. A softness to the palate. A spicy note adds interest. Alcohol 13%.Andrew BarrowScribblings Rating – 90/100 [ out of 5]
By an indirect route (did someone mention a Facebook reference?) Luise Fowles, Communications Manager of Plunkett Fowles has read this post and sent in the following images that show the bottles in all their glory.
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