October 12, 2021 3 min read

When preparing a prime piece of steak for dinner it’s only right that you match such a food with a quality alcoholic beverage. This comes in all forms but especially a large glass of red. We’ve put together a cracking list of the best bottles of wine to partner a Steak dinner.

It’s no surprise that a Cabernet Sauvignon works so well alongside a prime cut of steak. The rich, full-bodied flavour compliments the palate perfectly whether you’re going for a medium rare cut or even a steak filled pasta.

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McPherson Cabernet Sauvignon

First up is our punchy Cabernet Sauvignon from the McPherson family based in Australia. Producing wines under the family name for decades, the McPherson family have released a small yet acclaimed repertoire of wines.

McPherson - Cabernet Sauvignon

Mastering the art of red, white & rose, the Jack McPherson variation truly delivers on the rich flavours of a classic Cabernet.

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Don Melchor Cabernet Sauvignon Blanc

This classic Cabernet is truly revered. With an astounding 4.6 rating on Vivino, this bottle of Red has impressed so many since it’s production.

Don Melchor Cabernet Sauvignon

With over 50,000 ratings on Vivino alone this bottle rarely stays around when we have it in stock here at The Pip Stop. A true premium Cabernet, if you're sampling the finest cuts of meat match it with some of the finest grapes available from the vineyards of Chile.

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Charles and Charles

The highest rated edition of this American Cabernet Sauvignon, it has outdone its’ 10 other counterparts on Vivino… A grape sourced in 2019 it’s readily available on our Pip Stop webstore.

Charles and Charles Cabernet Sauvignon

This dry bottle of Red is packed full of dark fruits to match whatever cut of Beef you have opted for. But don’t let this bottle give you Steak based tunnel vision. So many others have complimented all matter of cuisine with a bottle of Charles and Charles, Italian cuisine, lamb or even Greek dishes. So if you’re looking for a versatile bottle to spread across multiple evenings, this may be the perfect tipple for you.

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Altaria Cabernet Sauvignon

A fantastic pick if you’re working to a budget, Altaria provide all matter of affordable Wines.

Bottled in 2019, this velvety Chilean has been a hit for hundreds thus far and continues to fly off our Hoults Yard shelves whenever we restock.

Altaria Cabernet Sauvignon

A great option for those looking for something gluten-free, try a bottle of this Cabernet Sauvignon as part of a 6 pack below…

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Faber – Cabernet Sauvignon

Try this number filled to the brim with aromas of Cherry & Blackberry. An alcohol-free option, a tall glass of this makes a great guilt free option to compliment a Steak dinner. Bringing the best out of any accompaniment you have chosen for your dish.

Faber Non-Alcoholic

Whether that be everything from home-made chips with Asparagus, to a flavourful pasta, this fruity Red wine makes a great drink that is full of character, not just alcohol.

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McPherson The Angus Merlot

With over 100 stellar reviews on Vivino, the Angus from McPherson is a spectacular Australian Merlot Wine. Aged in French oak, this is another example of rich dark fruit flavours that’ll dance on the palate whether you opt for everything from “blue” to “well done”.

Angus Merlot - McPherson

This is the Wine for you if you’re looking to pour a glass even before you’ve started preparing your evening meal of choice…

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Andy Stephenson
Andy Stephenson



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