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Best red wine by name to braise beef and or oxtails for stews and such

asked by Robin,Lundy over 2 years ago
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Honestly, anything drinkable. And preferably Merlot. Go for the 7-10 dollar range.

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I like to use a nice Cotes du Rhone or for something cheaper, a Gamay blend. Guity Men by Malivoire is great.

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Zinfandel can be good too with its peppery overtones. No matter what you choose to use, make sure it is one you would like to drink on its own.