Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch is a brand of Fowles Wine, the brainchild of Matt Fowles, a former lawyer who traded the courtroom for the cellar. As an avid hunter, Matt spends much of his time roaming the Strathbogie Ranges in search of the ultimate food and wine match; Matt created 'Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch' precisely to match with wild game. James Halliday rates Fowles as a 'Five Star Winery', and it was the first Victorian winery to win the prestigious 'Great Australian Shiraz Challenge' trophy for Australia's Best Shiraz. Victorian styled Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Shiraz are considered very French at least in poise, such the structure,
always with a lower RS general and the ample but more elegant tannins.
Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch is a famous label on Vivino, with consistently great reviews. The Pinot Noir 2016 is the highest rated with 4.2 Stars, followed by the Chardonnay with 4.0 Stars.