Category Archives: Pinot Meunier

2012 Best’s Great Western Old Vine Pinot Meunier

The only other Australian Pinot Meunier based table wine I’ve sampled has come from Nat White at Main Ridge Estate. Apparently his vines come from Best’s cuttings. Given Best’s success with the  variety I am slightly surprised that more producers … Continue reading

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2011 Between Five Bells White

One of the most exciting developments in the Australian wine scene last year was the arrival of Between Five Bells - a collective comprised of David Fesq, Lethbridge’s Ray Nadeson and sommelier Josh Dunne. Sign up to their newsletter and check out their blog. … Continue reading

Posted in Chardonnay et al, Geelong, Other Whites, Pinot Gris et al, Pinot Meunier, Riesling et al, white blend | Tagged | 2 Comments