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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


Jayson by Pahlmeyer Red Blend Napa Valley 2019


Jayson Pahlmeyer has always been determined to bring the Mouton Rothschild experience to Napa Valley. Armed with a crazy venture capitalist backing, he started by buying a super expensive piece of land atop Atlas Peak, smuggled in Bordeaux clippings from some of their most prized estates, hired a superstar winemaker who worked at both Chateau Haut Brion and Au Bon Climat, and went to work. It suffices to say, he achieved his goals and then some.

In the 35 years since Pahlmeyer’s founding, it skyrocketed up the ranks of Napa to become regional royalty, and then may have even set a new bar. Multiple 100-point wines, yearly inclusion in the “best wineries of the world” lists and a 40-under-40 tastemaker recognition for their winemaker and you can say that they’re in rarefied air.

Then you mix in the fact that their four sources for fruit are their own gorgeous estate vineyard, Stagecoach vineyard atop Pritchard Hill, Antinori Family’s Antica, and Rancho Chimiles, and you realize that these guys are playing with a stacked deck. It’s no wonder they have a multi-year wait just to join the uber-expensive allocation list.

And while just about every bottle made at this elite facility fetches a lofty three-digit price tag, I have Pahylmeyer’s one true secret weapon—a gorgeous, modestly priced Napa Valley red with 15-20 years of aging, which bears their trusty founder’s name.

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95 Points, James Suckling
Blackcurrants and blueberries on the nose with some spice and sandalwood undertones. Medium to full body with creamy tannins and a firm, racy finish. Lots of dark-berry and crushed-stone character at the end. Focused and well crafted. Drinkable now, but better in two or three years.


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