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Raptor Ridge Winery, Newberg

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • We enjoyed a wine tasting at Raptor Ridge and purchased two bottles to take with us. We enjoyed the patio overlooking the vineyard and the friendly staff. We had a great time with the scent wall that ...  read more »
  • This place was great. The wines are amazing, the staff are kind and courteous. The view is beautiful. We ended up staying and closing this place down it was such fun. Don't forget to play the smelling...  read more »
  • I love Gruner Veltliner and it is one of my favorite Happy Hour pours at De Carli restaurant in Beaverton. I thought that to get a Gruner varietal, the wine had to be imported from Austria. Shipping l...  read more »
  • Nice view, good size, clean enough but not too clean. We were sad that it was so hot and that even though we are plant biologists we couldn't walk down the vineyard road.
  • Great views of the mountains and even better wine! Glad we stopped here on a whim for our first winery of the day!
  • I brought friends with me a couple of times to this beautiful scenic winery. Both times the female wine attendants responded rudely. I don't plan to go back again because there are plenty of beautiful scenic vineyards in the state of Oregon who welcome me and my business.
  • I have been many times. All new staff since last year and I love all the new wines and new people working in the tasting room. They have an incredibly awesome Sommelier running the tasting room who moved from Chicago and he is hilarious! The wine club manger is a native Brit and is also a crack up! Very knowledgeable fun people with some serious wines! The Pinot Noirs are very artistic and the Tempranillo has a significant European influence to it, which I really loved! The owners Annie and Scott are super easy going and I love talking with them about their plans for the winery. Very cool to hear how Scott got his start to winemaking.
  • Very knowledgeable with great wines and very friendly staff. A new favorite in Willamette.
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