Secrets of New Jersey’s Best Pizza

If you want to try New Jersey’s best pizza, then you have to head to scenic Rumson and pay a visit to my friend Victor Rallo, owner of Undici Taverna Rustica.  Victor set out to create the best pizza Napoletana in New Jersey, and according to the NY Times, Asbury Park Press, and raving fans, he did just that.

Pizza Margherita with Bufala Mozzarella

Cooked in an all wood burning oven, the recipe for Undici’s pizza Napoletana was created with the help of pizza guru Anthony Mangieri.

 The authentic pizza Napoletana is a huge success at Undici, with fans coming from all over NJ to get a taste of the Bianco, Margherita, Originale, or Filetti and Arugula e Prosiutto pizza. Each is made with fresh, authentic, all Italian ingredients and cooked in the all wood burning oven.

 Rallo’s ingredients include: 

 Here’s just a taste what their customers are saying about their pizza Napoletana, the best pizza in NJ:

 “Can I just say WOW about their pizza? Yes, it is WOW. The crust is pure perfection, cooked in a brick oven. Has just the right consistency, thin crust, with that great slight charred taste to it. I want to eat every bite of the crust each time!”
-Laura G., Woodbridge, NJ

 “I was absolutely blown away by the superb flavor and terrific toppings. The pizza didn’t even have any cheese on it and its one of the best I’ve ever eaten, and I know pizza. I’ve worked in the past for five years as a pizza chef at another Italian restaurant. The entire pizza was delectable down to the crust, fresh with a hint of zesty spice, and best of all a great smokey flavor from the oven. Undici’s pizza is one of a kind and a must try!”
-Brian W., Lavellette, NJ

 “It’s hard to find a pizza that has healthy, fresh ingredients, and is delicious too. At Undici, I had the most perfect Marguerita pizza ever.Thin crusted, perfect amount of basil and just enough mozzarella so it wasn’t overbearing.”
-Robin H., Rumson, NJ

NY Times Agree That Pizza Napoletana is the Best in New Jersey

“The pizza is now authentic, using all Italian ingredients,” said Rallo. “Our customers are going crazy over it.”

Customers and critics alike keep coming back to Undici for the best pizza in NJ, pizza Napoletana. The New York Times said the pizza is “terrific” and “you can hardly go wrong with combinations like arugula, grape tomatoes, mozzarella, and more that prosciutto.”

The Asbury Park Press raved that Undici’s la pizza Napoletana can satisfy even the harshest pizza critics of NJ.

Mollydooker spreads the love this Valentine’s holiday

Husband and wife winemaking team from McLaren Vale Australia, Sarah and Sparky Marquis of Mollydooker Wines are offering several romantic Valentine’s wines at special ‘Spread the Love’ prices on their website from now until 14 February:

2006 Goosebumps Sparkling Shiraz

2006 Carnival of Love Magnum

2007 ‘All You Need is Love’ Gift Pack

2007 Blue Eyed Boy

Consumers will see why the Aussies love their Sparkling Shiraz when they celebrate the Valentine’s holiday with the Goosebumps. It is Sarah’s favorite wine, so she made it for herself and her friends. Made from a specially selected parcel of the Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz, it is refermented to make it a very special celebration wine. Put it in the fridge for 2 days before opening, and the thick mousse of tiny bubbles will last for hours.

 The 2006 Carnival of Love magnum is a rare opportunity to obtain the wine which was selected as #8 in the World by Wine Spectator. Delivered in its own custom designed carton, it is a collector’s item for the very special wine lover in your life.

wine gift basket
All You Need is Love wine gift

The ‘All You Need is Love’ wine gift box is beautifully packaged and contains the coveted 2007 Carnival of Love Shiraz, selected No. 9 wine in the world in Wine Spectator’s Top 100, and the distinguished and elegant 2007 Enchanted Path Shiraz/Cabernet.  The gift is packaged in bright red colors with inspiring words of love printed on an over-sized card.  The packaging alone sets the tone for a memorable and romantic holiday.

The 2007 Blue Eyed Boy (WA: 95 points WS: 92 points and ‘Editor’s Most Exciting New Wines’) is described by Janet (Sparky’s mom) as ‘Joy in a Bottle’ and by Jay Miller  as ‘an enticing nose of cedar, tobacco, mineral, blueberry, and black raspberry. Opulent on the palate, this glossy effort will evolve for another 1-2 years but can be enjoyed now and over the next decade…’ Rich, luscious, silky and memorable, it is the perfect gift for the special Blue Eyed Boy in your life in your life.

Consumers can order the Valentines wines online at .  By entering the special offer code ‘LOVE’ at checkout they will receive the special pricing and shipping rates from now until 14 February.  

Mollydooker Wines ships direct to US consumers from their temperature controlled warehouse in Napa, California.  Consumers can see their entire selection of the Mollydooker award winning wines online at