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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No Further Discount This offer represents an incredible opportunity to put Kinsella’s single-vineyard Jersey Boys, a spectacular, severely sloped site perched 500 feet above the Russian River, to the ultimate test, with a vertical 3-pack of three extraordinary vintages of “Grand-Cru” Cabernet Sauvignon at an amazing price. Comes with custom wooden box!
*Presale: Arrives Dec. 10
97 ptsThe 2016 Peay Vineyards Les Titans Syrah is one of the highest rated domestic wines of the year. A family operated winery with 100% estate fruit that “dazzles from start to finish”. Antonio Galloni calls this wine “utterly magnificent!” If you’ve never had an American Syrah, we can think of no better introduction.
The 2017 Anthill Farms Pinot Noir encompasses everything one looks for in Pinot: a floral bouquet followed up with bright red fruits, a hint of spice and a memorable finish. This red hot winery was named Food & Wine’s ‘Most Promising Winery’ and the Wall Street Journal labeled them as “The Rock Stars of Pinot Noir.”
Exclusively picked by Nicholas in a trip down to the distillery in Kentucky- this is the only private label Buffalo Trace single barrel sold in New Jersey. On the palate it is sweet with notes of brown sugar and fall spice that give way to oak, toffee, and dark fruit. The finish is long and smooth with serious depth.
Elena Pellagrini’s 2014 Brunello is fragrant, redolent of purple flowers, sage and wild berries. The wine is dark and powerfully concentrated yet finishes fresh and kind stony, making it both fantastic at the table now and a great candidate for long aging. Don’t miss the new comer to the Brunello scene!
If you haven’t had a bottle of Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley, it’s time to change that immediately. There’s probably no better place to start than right here. The Chad 2018 shows off the best of Oregon in 2018; fine aromatics, pretty fruit and a long, mineral backbone that makes it great at the table with anything.
The 2018 Domaine Laroche Chablis Saint Martin is a terrific white Burgundy with a killer nose of citrus rind, quince and thyme that opens up to a dense, packed mid-palate of crunchy fruit. The finish is classic Chablis, chalky, mineral and fine. The lengthy acidity is what makes it so versatile at the table and provides structure for great aging potential.
Louis Boillot made some of the best wines I’ve tasted in Burgundy from 2017, with a rare combination of aromatic lift, concentration, and structure. The Gevrey Chambertin is a classic; intensely fruity with a mineral streak a mile long. This wine rivals the quality of a premier cru at a ‘villages’ price.
Saint Amant is a 13 hectare estate, precariously planted at 1800 feet in elevation, in the humble village of Beaumes de Venise. The Domaine Saint Amant Beaume de Venise Rouge 2015 is an aromatic firework show, just an amazing find. The fruit is juicy, complex but finishes dry, fresh and long. Think Chateauneuf in the glass but with a Tuesday night price tag!
The 2018 Mâcon-Péronne is old vine Chardonnay, done in steel to preserve the inherent fruitiness and pure aromatics of the best of white Burgundy always has. It’s a great choice for a house white, perfect with so many things, roasted chicken, flaky white fish and just by itself as the perfect apertif.
Very old vines and tiny yields are the source of this extracted, vibrant Sauvignon Blanc from vineyards in the Loire Valley. Better than most Sancerre, twice its price, Le Petiot has a great depth of flavor and a viscous, satin-like texture. The finish is persistently fruity with a good dose of minerality.
If you like inky black, powerhouse red wines, you should be very excited about the newest release from Hervé Fabre, the magnificent Fabre-Montmayou Mendoza Malbec Gran Reserva 2016. Wines from 100-year old vines at a Tuesday night price are rare and the only ones we know come from our great friend Hervé.