Slope Farms 100% Grass-Fed Beef

Terry’s got beautiful dry-aged 100{0886acb4f5be58b49bf4e022446f4168c3918f2aad77c1481cecb92c8f2156f3} grassfed ribeyes from Slope Farms in the case today.  A great piece of meat for the grill.  And might we be so bold to suggest you serve it with one of the value Spanish wines we’re pouring Friday from 6-8pm.

We recently revamped our spanish selections with the assistance of CJ, our resident Spanish wine nut.  Two of the new wines quickly shot up to the top of our best-sellers list.  Barahonda Monastrell 2009 ($14.75) hails from the hot, dry region of Yecla in south east Spain.  The wine is a deep, inky purple with dark, juicy fruits, hints of black pepper and a nice, tannic grip.  Ludovicus Terra Alta 2009 ($13.50) originates much further north where the mountainous elevation helps to temper the extreme Mediterranean heat.  This is a more modern style, combining traditional Spanish grapes like Tempranillo and Garnacha with the French powerhouses Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.  Rounded out by 3 months in French and American oak, this is a succulent, toasty wine with notes of minerality, dark fruits and chocolate.  Both these wines are ideal for summer grilling, pairing perfectly with everything from burgers to grilled pork chops or steak.

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