What Type of Red wine is Best with red Bison?

By | April 20, 2021

When it comes to pairing bison with alcohol, red wine is a natural choice. But some red wines go better than others. Unlike, say, roast beef, bison is low in fat, so it won’t be its best with tannic reds such as inexpensive young Cabernet Sauvignon. (The fat softens the tannins.) Try, instead, a Tuscan Sangiovese or fruit-driven Tempranillo from Spain. Either should pair beautifully with your Noble bison striploin.
Or seek out an Italian Nebbiolo or a fine French Syrah—maybe even one that’s been aging for a few years. The Syrah’s savory, spicy notes will add plenty of depth to your dish, while the delicate Nebbiolo aromas will complement the bison’s delicious flavors.

Please read the originial post here: https://nli-education-uk.org/what-type-of-red-wine-goes-best-with-bison/

Author: Noble Premium Bison

At Noble Premium Bison, we raise over 4000 head of bison as nature intended on Canadian grasslands using restorative grazing practices—to ensure the sustainability of our animals and the land they live on. As an animal protein, bison is a high value proposition—not just for it’s flavour and nutrient profile, but almost as importantly, for how it’s raised and where it comes from. These days, for chefs and restaurant patrons, retailers and consumers, that’s more important than ever. When Doug Griller, a 3rd generation rancher, and Kelly Long, an award-winning agricultural entrepreneur, sat down over a cup of coffee, Noble Premium Bison was born. Mutual passions for animal husbandry, sustainable ranching and great food led to a handshake and a promise—to deliver a ranch-to-plate philosophy that promotes care at every step and compromises nothing.