This is a dish that takes time to cook, which equals depth of flavor and complexity. There is also a sweetness in this dish that will need to be matched by the wine. Any red wine that have much fruit character, spice, and medium to full body would do excellently. Camenere, Petit Sirah, Syrah, and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo would be my first grabs. They all have darker fruit notes that are typically perceived as sweet, which is good for a dish that usually has BBQ sauce in it. The spicy character of the wines will also complement the seasoning used in the dish, making for an excellent pairing.