Raptor Ridge Coopers Hawk Barrel Select Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Ratings on Delectable

Shann Brashier

Immediately tasted plum and other dark berries. This was very easy to drink as it was rich but subtle and fresh. I will have this again

Immediately tasted plum and other dark berries. This was very easy to drink as it was rich but subtle and fresh. I will have this again

9.2

Sándor Jaguar

Drinkable but not delicious

Drinkable but not delicious

8.2

Kirk F

A pleasant surprise. This was really nice on PnP, well balanced, nice acidity and mouthfeel. One of the better entry level pinots I’ve had in a while.

A pleasant surprise. This was really nice on PnP, well balanced, nice acidity and mouthfeel. One of the better entry level pinots I’ve had in a while.

9.0

Trevor

Very nice!

Very nice!

8.8

Joe Gillies

Very good. Red fruits with a mushroom earthiness on the back end.

Very good. Red fruits with a mushroom earthiness on the back end.

9.2

Glenn Nick

$22!

$22!

9.1

Ryan Sims

Completely out of balance. Alcohol overpowers on both the nose and the palate, with very little other character. Even after a full 24 hours open, it still didn’t improve. Very odd for Raptor Ridge, from whom I’ve had excellent bottles in the past.

Completely out of balance. Alcohol overpowers on both the nose and the palate, with very little other character. Even after a full 24 hours open, it still didn’t improve. Very odd for Raptor Ridge, from whom I’ve had excellent bottles in the past.

7.8

Kevin Sigourney

Really good Pinot

Really good Pinot

9.0

Michelle Berryman

So very good with spicy Thai food. Balanced, the right amount of fruit. Lovely.

So very good with spicy Thai food. Balanced, the right amount of fruit. Lovely.

9.0

Chasidy Kearns

Really yummy. Vibrant crush green apple and peach, yum!

Really yummy. Vibrant crush green apple and peach, yum!

9.0

Location

  • 153 E 57th Street
    New York, NY 10022

  • Hours:
    Monday–Friday, 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
    Saturday, 12p.m. - 8 p.m.

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