Dream Steak from Montreal’s Atwater Market

We bought this twenty eight ounce t-bone at Boucherie les Viandes at the Atwater Market in Montreal (for $61.70.) It’s Charolais beef (a great strain from Burgundy) organically farmed by the St. Vincent family and dry aged for sixty days! I grilled it for twelve minutes over Mesquite charcoal. The texture was lovely–not a single fibroblast was left in the thing. The aroma and flavour was like a beef version of Jamon Iberico with floral and wine-like notes. A 2010 Gingondas partnered perfectly with the steak.  If you’re carniverous and find yourself in Mtl., call them at 514 937-4269 and get yourself a hunk.

Charolais steak, Boucherie les Viandes 001


About iwolkoff

Irvin Wolkoff is a psychiatrist and wine journalist who has been a wine enthusiast and collector since his university days.
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One Response to Dream Steak from Montreal’s Atwater Market

  1. Spanish Wine Society says:

    Now that’s a schtikle piece fleisch!

    I’ve got your vino!

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