To us, beef bourguignon (or beef burgundy, referring to its place of origin) is one of those dishes: hot, tasty, that takes its time to make but we know is always worth it in the end. Even more so because this dish uses one of our favourite ingredients, wine. And in this specific case, Monte Velho red. And you know what they say: cook with the wine you’re going to drink with the meal.
We leave you the recipe by chef Miguel Mesquita to warm up your autumn days at home, always with a glass of Monte Velho. Enjoy.