A full-bodied, moderately robust wine like a Cabernet Sauvignon is recommended for such a highly marbled steak.
We might suggest a young Cabernet Sauvignon, or one that is equally agreeable through its maturity like a wine from Napa’s Caymus Vineyards. Other suitable brands include a Newtown 2013 Unfiltered Napa Valley, Canvasback 2013 Red Mountain, and J. Lohr Hilltop Paso Robles.
Our award-winning wine list has a wide variety of bold Cabernets available by the bottle or glass, so feel free to ask one of our servers for a particular recommendation – or test your own taste and select a variety yourself.
If you prefer a lighter, more gentle red variety, a Pinot Noir would also be a great fit. Other suitable alternatives to a Cabernet would be a Zinfandel or a nice Malbec from Chile or Argentina.