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3 Best Wines To Pair With Steak | Steak & Wine

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Who doesn’t love a good steak? But what type of wine should you pair with it? We reached out to industry experts to get their suggestions. Here is what they had to say…

With a special thanks to The Wine Concierge, Forerunner PR and Statement PR for their advice in this article. 

#1 JACK 2015 Proprietary Red Wine

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JACK wine was launched by MLB player Chris Iannetta and retired MLB player Vernon Wells.

Aromas of raspberry, tart cherry, cinnamon and plum appear first, before herbal notes of bay leaf and sage. Bright, fresh flavors of wild berries, juicy cherries and currants meld into a vibrant, yet smooth, flavor bomb.

The foundation of this wine is of a solid structure, while the texture is smooth, and the finish sensually long. The wine adds a powerful dimension to meals ranging from gourmet burgers, to braised roast and filet mignon.

Buy this wine online using the 'buy now' button below, or explore similar wines on Majestic Wine here.

Contributor: Daphne Ortiz from Statement PR

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#2 2014 Pinot Noir from Cooper Mountain Winery

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It's delicious and goes perfectly with steak. Pinot noir is a full bodied, fruity red wine which holds up well to the strong flavor of a good steak.

Buy this wine online using the 'buy now' button below, or explore similar wines on Majestic Wine here.

Contributor: Susan Towers from Forerunner PR

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#3 Mollydooker The Boxer Shiraz

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It's a knockout, this wine is rich, ripe and juicy. With its peppery spice and big fruit flavors, this wine is the perfect match for a big, juicy, well-seasoned steak.

When pairing food and wine, it's good to have contrast. That's why the Bedrock Old Vine Zinfandel is a delicious wine to have with steak. The wine is medium-bodied, with red fruit flavors and moderate tannins. In addition, the older vines give the wine's flavors greater depth and complexity, making this wine a good foil to a simply prepared steak.

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Contributor: Kathleen Bershad from Fine Wine Concierge

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