Wine Chips was founded in California, which is not only America’s wine capital but also one of the country’s premier producers of gourmet beef, so Dry-Aged Ribeye Steak was a no-brainer. It’s the first in Wine Chips’ Private Reserve line — an ongoing collaboration between the home office in California and the Private Reserve seasoning kitchen in western Ohio.
Wine Chips are made with farm-fresh ingredients and packed with all-natural flavors. The key effect of dry aging is the concentration and saturation of the natural flavor of beef. The chips themselves are as distinctive as the flavor. They’re thick-sliced and lattice-cut — the perfect alternative to the full-on steak dinner when you’re on the go, enjoying wine for one, or if you want to enjoy the rich flavor of beef without making a meal of it.
The Dry-Aged Ribeye chips go well with bold, rich reds — we suggest road testing them with Faust Wines' The Pact Cabernet Sauvignon. The savory, delectable chips are the perfect foil for the black fruit notes and bright acidity of the wine. It’s a pairing you’ll want to enjoy long after you’ve devoured the last of this package. To get more, and to explore Wine Chips’ other lip-smacking options, go to www.winechips.com.