Easy to make and very tasty. We could definitely taste the wine in our pork, and it may have been a little strong for some. We tripled the recipe and served it at our weekly Wednesday Night Dinner, and there was very little left when all of the dust cleared. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Very tender, with the stringy texture of Yankee Pot Roast. Seems likeoverkill to slow cook a tenderloin, which is already a tender cut of meat. I liked the flavor but will try reducing the salt by cutting or deleting the soy sauce. Should be nice as a leftovers for pulled pork sandwiches. Also, it's good to have a 4 hour slow cook recipe as an option.
I'm constantly tweaking my recipes and am looking forward to seeing how I can evolve this one.
Love. It. I had a 3 1/3 lb pork butt but used this recipe anyway (just doubled everything). I used chicken broth instead of water and did 1/2 and 1/2 soy and worchestershire for that part of the recipe. For the wine I had a well aged ( but cheaper) Napa cab-merlot blend. Was worried about the timing with the extra meat, but in my 4qt cooker I ran it for 5 hours on high. Tested the temp at the end - 195...so meat was definitely done but still very juicy and tender. We licked our fingers and look forward to pork tacos tomorrow night with the leftovers.