- 2 pound boneless smoked pork butt (or you can use 2 – 1 pound pieces if you can’t find a 2 pound roast.)
- 1/2 to full bottle of sweet white wine, like Riesling or something bubbly (like cava-Frexinet or something inexpensive)
Preheat oven to 300° degree oven (you may need to adjust to 325° based on the heat of your oven, but do not go higher than 325°!)
Place pork butt in a 9 x 12 glass baking dish. Add the wine so that the pork butt is covered about 1/2 way. Cover with aluminum foil.
Bake for about 5 hours.
The key to this making pork roast great is to cook it low and slow, so be sure to give yourself 5 hours to cook it and don’t raise the temperature of the oven to make it cook faster. When the roast is done, it should just fall apart.