Bordeaux Right Bank (France)
Super Tuscan (Italy)
Chianti Classico (Italy)
Côtes du Rhône South (France)
Nobile di Montepulciano (Italy)
Brunello di Montalcino (Italy)
Ribeira del Duero (Spain)
A Filet Mignon requires an elegant wine that can stand up to the meat.
A red wine is needed, but not so big that it overwhelms the meat.
The wine should have both tannins and a good backbone of acidity.
A round and soft Bordaux is an enjoyable wine. It pairs well with many dishes, especially Filet Mignon, Beef Tenderloin, and Pepper Steak. The same goes for a perfectly blended Super Tuscan.
Filet Mignon (Tender Fillet / Delicate Fillet / Fine Fillet) is a cut of beef from the smaller end of the Tenderloin.
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