Make The Marinade: In a small bowl, combine olive oil, red wine, chopped rosemary, salt and Montreal seasoning. Mix well with a whisk or fork, until all ingredients are fully combined. NOTE: Measure out a few Tablespoons of marinade into a separate container and reserve for later. You will use this reserved marinade to brush on the pork chops while they are cooking!
Trim as much fat off the pork chops as you can, and discard. Place pork chops in a zip loc bag (or covered container). Pour the marinade over the chops, to cover. Seal the bag, and then "smoosh" the bag around with your fingers to coat the chops on all sides with marinade. Once pork chops are fully coated, place bag (or container) in the refrigerator and let pork marinate for 2 hours (minimum).
After chops have finished marinating, remove the chops from the marinade. Discard the marinade in the bag (do not use it after being exposed to the raw pork). Grab the reserved marinade you set aside earlier, and you're ready to grill!
Prepare grill as you normally would. Once briquettes are ready, or grill has pre-heated, place pork chops directly over heat on the grill grate. Grill, turning once (occasionally basting with marinade), until pork reaches an internal temperature of 145-160°F. This will take approximately 25-20 minutes. When they are done, remove the pork chops from the grill, and let them rest for 5 minutes to let the juices inside redistribute throughout the meat. Serve, and enjoy!
If using a Traeger grill (we were), follow the normal "start-up" process: Let Traeger smoke then ignite uncovered (about 5 minutes). When the fire has ignited, set the temperature gauge to 450° F., and let the grill preheat for 10-15 minutes (covered). Once preheated, cook the rosemary wine pork chops for 30 minutes, or until the pork reaches an internal temperature of 145-160° F. Baste pork chops occasionally with reserved marinade while they cook. When they are done, remove the pork chops from the grill, and let them rest for 5 minutes to let the juices inside redistribute throughout the meat. Serve, and enjoy!
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