Sine Qua Non Hollerin' M Pinot Noir 2002

Ratings on Delectable

Peter Langenstein Delectable Pro

A brute force Pinot - seems like it wants to be a Grenache or Syrah . Not for burgundy fans

A brute force Pinot - seems like it wants to be a Grenache or Syrah . Not for burgundy fans

9.0

George Tita Delectable Pro

Oregon Pinot that's 15.4%? Big, powerful,new world, no thanks..

Oregon Pinot that's 15.4%? Big, powerful,new world, no thanks..

8.3

Davis Smith Delectable Pro

Sommelier Acquerello

Pretty good Pinot. Wouldn't pay the price tag, but pretty good..

Pretty good Pinot. Wouldn't pay the price tag, but pretty good..

9.0

Chun SungBuhm Delectable Pro

Sine Qua Non Pinot Noir M 2002. Smoky, earthy, black fruit, vanila. Intense and sweeter than other two. 15+% alcohol but velvety smooth. Really powerful and intense New World Pinot Noir but still elegance. One of the best New world Pinot Noirs ever.

Sine Qua Non Pinot Noir M 2002. Smoky, earthy, black fruit, vanila. Intense and sweeter than other two. 15+% alcohol but velvety smooth. Really powerful and intense New World Pinot Noir but still elegance. One of the best New world Pinot Noirs ever.

9.4

Georg Salzner

Still showing great

Still showing great

9.5

William Mellon

Out of control. Definitely my most favorite wine of recent memory.

Out of control. Definitely my most favorite wine of recent memory.

9.7

Lance Lieberman

SQN hollering M 2002

SQN hollering M 2002

9.6

Kevin Kinsella

Good wine with the finest people who dine!

Good wine with the finest people who dine!

9.6

Eduardo Bolaños Delectable Pro

Sommelier Terroni Downtown LA

Wow he made 2 different Shea Pinots from the 02 vintage? I had a completely different one almost a year ago

Wow he made 2 different Shea Pinots from the 02 vintage? I had a completely different one almost a year ago

8.6

Location

  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 11am-8pm
    Saturday: 12pm-6pm

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