you'd like some rules of thumb to help you sort out the possibilities,
here are two that have stood the test of time. Rule One: Drink
red wine with meat, and white wine with fish and poultry. Rule
Two: Forget about Rule One and marry any food with any wine you
wish; when it comes to personal preferences, there are no rights
There are, of course, some classic food and wine matches that
satisfy again and again. Based on our experience, the following
matches of widely available dishes and cuisines with the wines
of North America are worthy of special consideration. One caveat:
sauces can change everything, so ask the cook, sommelier or a
waiter for a flavor forecast.
Top 10 Steak Wines
Each of the selections on our list of Top 10 Steak Wines has the firm tannins and full-bodied mouthfeel necessary for pairing with wagyu beef, ribs, veal and just about any kind of red meat.