Orders are available for pick-up at Restaurant Nicholas at 160 Route 35 South Red Bank, NJ 07701 during the following times:
Monday: 9:30-3:30; Tuesday – Friday: 9:15am – 9:00pm; Saturday: 11:00am – 9:00pm; Sunday: Closed
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The 2019 North Coast vintage in Napa and Sonoma for Cabernet Sauvignon is outrageously good. The big three wine critics have already come in calling it one of the best of the last few decades. Of course, Chad Alexander finds himself in the right place at the right time. If there’s someone who can churn out full-bodied, well-structured Cabernet Sauvignon that can compete with the big boys at a fraction of the price, it’s Chad. Cherry cola, blackberries, fig jam and a hint of sage on the palate with plenty of depth and complexity. This has a solid, juicy core and a smooth, lingering finish. This baby should drink well for two decades at least.
Chad’s 2019 SMR Bordeaux blend came from what is widely considered to be the best old-patch, old-vine vineyard for Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot in the Mayacamas Mountains. It’s a vibrant purple color with killer aromatics of wild blueberry, sage and mint. This baby is full-bodied and lush on the pallet, with juicy, ripe plum and cassis flavors and just a touch of dark chocolate. The tannins are fine and long. There’s a lot to like — this is a classy wine.
Unlike some of the high flying price tags of his neighbors, Bruce Neyers’ 40-years of retail experience has always led him to keep his prices low – the $30 price tag is a steal for a Chardonnay of this caliber. But today’s price is just flat out irresistible for Chablis-style Sonoma Chardonnay– for under $20 on bottle one for just one day. Don’t miss it!
Brit Nichols’ newest release is a knockout Cabernet. Her debut Knights Valley Cabernet is a return to her own roots. Her Origins cuvee is a shimmering, black-purple hue all the way to its rim, with lifted aromas of cassis, cocoa and cedar. The wine is jammy, with incredible concentration, finishing fresh and long, another signature of precious Knights Valley Cab. This is a fantastic Cabernet deal.
Pied à Terre’s newly released Sauvignon Blanc 2018 is a delicious, fresh, Old-World styled wine, much closer to Sancerre than what is typically found in California. Pair with anything from sea and anything with great richness or fat or on its own as an absolutely eclectic aperitif! The only downside of Pied à Terre is that this is still a work in progress when it comes to production. Just a few dozen cases made it to the East Coast this year, do not miss one of the most exciting American wines we will offer all year.