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Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Plunkett Fowles Shiraz 2009

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Rob Murray reviewed this wine as follows:

Don't drink this wine alone. As the title indicates, go out and shoot something, throw it on the bbq and enjoy a glass of this big bold Shiraz. Lots of black fruit on the nose and palate, peppery and spicy, with well integrated tannins and a long finish. Heading back for another bottle...
Holly Bruns rated this wine as 87/100 with the following review:

There is a nice blend of aromas in this bottle: sweet spices, cherry, smoke, cedar, and eucalyptus. The gentle tannins are balanced by a little shot of mouthwatering acidity and the long finish is a little peppery. All the right stuff in just the right amounts.




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Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Plunkett Fowles Shiraz 2009, Strathbogie Ranges, Victoria, Australia: Smoky big time and savoury and meaty. This is a great aside from the hilarious name. Long finish leaves you wanting more. Let's go shoot something! Drink: 2012-2016. 243592 14% XD 750 mL  $35.95 Score: 92/100. July 21, 2012 Top Rated Red Wine.  Full Review

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