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When you sit down for a meal at CUT, you’ll have more than just the standard paper-and-leather menu sitting before you. The steakhouse’s generous selection of wine is available for perusal on an iPad. You’ll be able to browse through the list of reds, whites and sparkling wines by region or type, making for a more interactive selection. And if you can’t make up your mind, the sommelier and wine director, Lindsey Whipple-Fletcher, will be happy to help you choose a vintage. (The dessert menu also comes with a suggested pairing below each dish.) A tempranillo on the wine list caught our eye (we’re suckers for Spanish wines), and in fact, when we asked for a glass to pair with the U.S.D.A prime ribeye we ordered, the sommelier suggested that very wine.