This is the best kind of wine to pair with steak, according to a steak master

“Leaner cuts like tenderloin or filet mignon don’t have a whole lot of fat in them, so they can pair quite well with some of the lighter reds, like a Sangiovese or pinot noir,” he said. If your steak is seasoned with sweet spices or dried chilis, Wiestling recommends a Zinfandel. The 10 best European cities for foodiesThis family-owned Italian restaurant in NYC has been a celebrity hideaway for more than 70 yearsHere’s the only way you should order your meat, according to a steak masterSEE ALSO: A steak master shares his 7 steps to grilling the perfect cut of meat

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