Which Wine Goes Best With Your Browsey Acres Wagyu Steak?

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Wagyu and wine—a match made in heaven. There’s nothing like a glass of wine to tie your steak dinner together. Plus, you deserve to treat yourself after preparing such a fine meal. It’s important to know which wines elevate the flavors in your Browsey Acres steak. We’re here to tell you how to make every bite and sip count.

Red Wine and Wagyu

Red meat is most commonly enjoyed with red wine. With so many options on the market, it can be hard to decide what bottle to buy. Here’s what we suggest:

Cabernet – We highly recommend a Cabernet with any Wagyu cut for a well-balanced acidity to fat ratio. Since this wine doesn’t read too strong or too light, it makes for a world of pairing possibilities. A quality bottle from California will do.

Malbec – Leaner cuts like our Browsey Acres Wagyu flank steak pair splendidly with the bold flavors of a Malbec. Our skirt steak salad is a lighter recipe to enjoy with this glass.

Syrah – For a fattier cut like ribeye or New York Strip, try a high tannin Syrah to slice through the richness of the meat. This would go great with our sirloin steak medallions with mushrooms and cherry sauce recipe.

Zinfandel – If you’re into sweeter flavored wines, a Zinfandel is the way to go. Pair this with our flank steak fajitas to counterbalance the spicy zest of the seasoning.

White Wine and Wagyu

While white wine is less commonly sipped with a juicy steak, you can’t help what you like. If a glass of white is your preference, there’s a Wagyu cut that’s right for it.

Chardonnay – Perfectly paired with a smoky glass of Chardonnay and some killer barbecue sauce, we recommend slow cooking our Wagyu brisket meat. This combination is sure to wow your taste buds.

Champagne – Though you probably didn’t know it, Champagne is compatible with a fattier cut of meat like ribeye or New York Strip. If you want to get fancy, bubbly comes highly recommended alongside our Wagyu tri-tip with sauteed mushrooms and creamed spinach recipe.

The consensus is fairly straightforward. Rich steaks should be paired with subtle wines and milder cuts should be paired with bold wines. No matter what Browsey Acres Wagyu steak you want to enjoy, there is a complementary glass of wine to be savored with every bite.

Wagyu and wine—a match made in heaven. There’s nothing like a glass of wine to tie your steak dinner together. Plus, you deserve to treat yourself after preparing such a fine meal. It’s important to know which wines elevate the flavors in your Browsey Acres steak. We’re here to tell you how to make every bite and sip count.

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