Pairing Wine with Steak
Pairing wine with your Chris’s steak, here are a few suggestions:
So now that you decided on which optimally aged, hand trimmed, mouthwatering, juicy steak you’re going to have. Now comes the decision of what wine to pair it with. Fortunately, you’re at Chris’s Steakhouse, the place that has the best wine list in Fayetteville.
Here are some wine recommendations to pair your steak with:
Ribeye. A good wine to pair with a Delicious Ribeye steak is a Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa or Bordeaux.
NY Strip. A classic elegant Merlot or a Merlot dominated blend from Bordeaux.
Top Sirloin. A Tender Top Sirloin should be balanced with a wine that is full bodied and has firm tannins. A nice Cabernet Sauvignon is a great choice.
Filet Mignon. A nice dry red wine like a Merlot or a Cabernet Sauvignon or a wine made from the Sangiovese grape from the Tuscany Region of Italy. If it’s a special occasion or you just want to go all out, try a nice Brunello di Montalcino Riserva.
Prime Rib. A nice bottle of Ruffino, this mineral-rich wine will pair well with your Prime Rib. Or you can try pairing it with an elegant Napa Valley Cabernet.
T-Bone. T- Bones pair well with a dry red wine with berry flavors and a hint of spices such as clove or pepper notes. Try a Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon or a Rioja wine.
Steak and Lobster. If you like white wines then try one that is full bodied like a red but will not overtake the taste of the lobster. A nice Sauvignon Blanc will do. If you are not a white wine drinker and would prefer a red, then try a red wine that’s lightly bodied with low tannin levels. A Pinot Noir would be a good choice.
Know that you made the best decision to come to Chris’s Steakhouse. Enjoy the best steaks and best wine selection in Fayetteville.
Now you have the perfect steak cooked just the way to like it, paired with the right wine. Enjoy a taste of heaven! Bon Appetit!