The Pinot Meunier at Best’s has a singular quality and year in year out offers proof that Henry Best was either incredibly lucky or had serious foresight when he planted it back in 1866. Pale in colour and a little reticent at present showing some floral tinged red fruits, spice, and a touch of undergrowth. All very pretty and fresh on the nose yet the palate possesses surprisingly intense cherry fruit and great length. The tannins tread the line between fine and firm admirably. Delicious now but will age very well. - FWC.