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British Beef Week: My Red Wine Pairing Tips

Wine & Beef #BritishBeefWeek


It's British Beef Week, red wine lovers - this one is for you!


Drinking wine with beef is a classic pairing that has been enjoyed for centuries. The key to a good wine and beef

pairing is to find a wine that complements the flavours and textures of the beef.


This is where full-bodied wine takes the crown. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Syrah are all popular choices. The tannins in red wine help to cut through the richness of the beef, while the fruit flavours in the wine complement the meat's savoury flavours.



My beef and wine top tip:


When choosing a wine to pair with beef, it's important to consider the cut of meat and how it's prepared. For example, a robust Cabernet Sauvignon pairs well with a juicy steak, while a lighter Pinot Noir may be a better match for a leaner cut like filet mignon. If you like a rich sauce or marinade with your beef go for a bolder wine like a Syrah to stand up to the strong flavours.


Ultimately, the best way to find the perfect wine to pair with beef is to experiment and try different combinations until you find the one that works best for your palate. This is why #BritishBeefWeek is the perfect opportunity to explore and expand your world of red wines - even if it isn't one of your usual go-to choices of wine. Give it a try!

Use this week to explore some of my favourite full-bodied reds, such as Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, or the classic Chateauneuf Du Pape.


Let me know what reds you're trying this week and tag me in your beef and wine pictures on Instagram: @ElizabethWineGirl!


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