This full-bodied wine with dark fruit and tannic notes pairs wonderfully with a hearty, well-marbled steak like ribeye or T-bone.
Syrah (known as Shiraz in some regions) offers a combination of dark fruit, smokiness, and spice, making it a versatile choice for various steak cuts.
Zinfandel, with its bold fruitiness and peppery notes, can pair nicely with grilled or BBQ-style steaks.
Pinot Noir is a lighter red wine with a good balance of acidity and fruitiness. It can work well with filet mignon or leaner cuts.
Cabernet Franc offers a blend of red fruit, green herb, and spice, which complements a variety of steak dishes.