Normally, my palette is not good enough to distinguish between the regular Pinot Noir and the Méthode à L’Ancienne (MA).  But the 2006 MA vintage is so good that pretty much anyone can tell them apart!   There’s lots of cherry, a slight acidity at the end and then the cherry comes back again.  I couldn’t taste the  bacon or strawberry the description mentions. Maybe I will after a few years in the bottle.  It’s worth the extra ten bucks to get the MA over the regular.  Navarro is one of my favorite vineyards for whites too.  Check it out.