Not Eligible for Further Discount
Not Eligible for Further Discount– Help support Henry Hudson schools…DRINK WINE! Nicholas Wines will donate 10% of every HHTDF “Winter Break” case sold back to the Henry Hudson Tri District Foundation. This is the perfect winter vacation in a case! All in- this is less than $20 per bottle and all the wines were picked specifically to pair with the winter. Even better yet, we offer no contact delivery to your door! If you need relief from tackling virtual learning, we’ve got the perfect HHTDF “Winter Break” Case, all packed and ready to go. Each HHTDF “Winter Break” Case includes: 9 Reds and 3 Whites. The suggested Retail Price is $264. We are offering the case for $220 and will delivery for FREE to your home or work!
Muri Gries Pinot Grigio Alto Adige 2019
Quality Pinot Grigio from the Dolomite Mountain range of Alto Adige can often approach thirty bucks and frankly many are well worth it. This one is a knockout from a sacred place that combines monastery life with vineyard management. Flavor of fresh peaches and tart lemon are both perfectly balanced on its mineral backbone. This wine sizzles on the tongue and finishes long and strong.
Xavier Vignon Côtes du Rhône 100% 2017
Dollar for dollar, Xavier’s Côtes du Rhône is one of the best buys in the store and in the new 2017 vintage, this baby is sporting a hot new 92-point score from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate who called the wine, “Rich, velvety and long”. Xavier eased up on extraction with this 2017 blend, which allows for a lush, soft blend that is loaded with jammy blackberries, blueberries, anise and wild strawberries. It’s got a nice vibrant finish that seals the deal for me– perfect in a glass by the fireplace or with something gamey at the dinner table.
Fabre Montmayou Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva 2019
Don’t let the price tag fool you. This Cabernet from 2018 Argentinian winemaker of the Year, Herve Fabre is a knockout and crazy good for the price. Purple/black in hue. The nose is California-like, filled with black fruits, cassis, both hedonistic and refined, the tell-tale marker for old-vine sourcing. Just released, this is offering a super fresh bouquet that welcomes you in. On the mouth, it’s ripe and long. It drinks like wine that is twice its price, making it a quintessential Nicholas Wines Tuesday nighter.
Isole e Olena Chianti Classico 2017
Paolo De Marchi has won the reputation as one of Tuscany’s finest winemaker. Antonio Galloni famously remarked, “Make no mistake about it, these are some of the most exceptional wines being made anywhere in the world.” That is true and Paolo’s Chianti Classico’s are always some of the best bangs for your buck out there. The Sangiovese dominant blend lands a 93 from James Suckling and usually sees similar scores from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate. For good reason. Made in stainless steal, this boasts fresh notes of Bing Cherry, plum and warm apple pie. It’s smooth and silky and just a pleasure to drink, especially in the fall and winter.
We’re taking all the work out for you. An affordable introduction to great U.S. Pinot Noir.
Pinot Noir is so food friendly, that’s one of the best parts about it. Great with meat and cheese boards, salads, pastas and just about any hunk of meat you put on a table.