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Wine with Pot Roast

Pot Roast is a single-pan dish that is comprised of a small or medium sized beef roast cooked with potatos, onions, carrots and other vegetables. After a long cooking period, the roast is normally very tender. Pot Roast may have spices and herbs added to the pan but there is not usually an overwhelming sauce.

Matching a wine with pot roast is straightforward. Get a wine that is big and bold enough to meet the full flavored taste of beef but be sure that the wine is drinkable now and not showing too much tannin.

Many good red wines are available that will work with pot roast. Among the most widely available are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel.