Grass-Fed Beef and California Cabernet

Tips for making the most of a classic pairing

Grass-Fed Beef and California Cabernet
The owners of St. Helena’s Long Meadow Ranch, a winery, organic farm and cattle ranch with a restaurant, believe that the healthiest and tastiest beef is grass fed. (Kenny Kim)
From the Nov 15, 2021, issue

When matching food to California Cabernet Sauvignon, steak is the obvious choice. Both have big flavors, and the tannins in the wine make a perfect foil to the indulgent richness of the meat. Learn about Napa-based Long Meadow Ranch’s grass-fed beef, plus get tips on cooking these cuts and a recipe for steak-frites sauce from Farmstead chef Stephen Barber.

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