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Perry's Steakhouse & Grille Unveils New Private Reserve Wines

Article and photography by DWDJ Contributor Kate Sherga

Let's all raise a glass (or two, or three) to the unveiling of Perry's Steakhouse & Grille's newest private reserve wines! In celebration of the 10th anniversary of their private reserve collection, Perry's has introduced two fantastic new wines whose debut also coincides with the beautiful redesign of their bottle. New wines, new look, and even more importantly... bigger bottles!

Whether you prefer white, red, or all of the above, these new private reserve wines are sure to please. The 2016 Chardonnay is both balanced and complex with hints of tart green apple, French oak, clove, and citrus. It pairs well with seafood, particularly Perry's Bacon Wrapped Scallops and Tempura Fried Lobster Tail with miso butter (both from the appetizer menu). If you're not a fan of scallops, be aware this dish may very well convert you for good. The allure of a perfectly cooked scallop can be life-changing and almost impossible to resist!

If you've got reds on the brain and you're looking for something heartier, the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon private reserve is the answer to your cravings. Sourced from mountain grown fruit, this enticing vintage boasts black currant, dark cherry, and tobacco notes. It sets the stage for the perfect pairing with Perry's New York Strip, which melts in your mouth with every bite. And when I say "perfect pairing," I mean it quite literally. These wines were crafted specifically with Perry's exact menu in mind. It doesn't get more customized than that!

No meal is complete without a little something sweet (story of my life). So, to bring your meal to an excellent end, order the Chocolate Crunch and you will achieve chocolate-y nirvana (it's OK, you can thank me later). It's like a Ferrero Rocher combined with pure bliss, sprinkled with magic, and topped with homemade peanut brittle. You're welcome.

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille has two locations in DFW – one in Uptown Dallas and one in Frisco, with a third location coming soon to Grapevine!

2000 McKinney Avenue, Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 855-9858

*While the meal was hosted, as always, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.

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