Mateus Rosé Premier NV

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Staten Island, NY (210 mi)
USD 9.99
9000ml
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Minneapolis, MN (940 mi)
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6000ml
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On the whole, it is a fresh and seductive wine with fine and intense bouquet and all the joviality of young wines. In the mouth, it is a well balan... Read more

Drinkable, fruit-dominated rosé with little raffinesse, not to call it flat. Mixed fruit on the nose with a light fruity palate, but certainly lack... Read more

One of my favorite roses. Light, fruity, with a distinct strawberry aftertaste. Slightly bubbly... if you buy this wine, it will give it back in ... Read more

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Snooth User: ArturSalazar
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3.50 5
08/21/2009

On the whole, it is a fresh and seductive wine with fine and intense bouquet and all the joviality of young wines. In the mouth, it is a well balanced and tempting wine, brilliantly complemented by a soft and slightly fizzy finish. It is ideal as an aperitif and also goes very well with light meals, several types of fish and seafood, white meat, grilled dishes and salads. Its unique characteristics make it also ideal with pasta and other Italian cuisine. Pairs magnificently with several styles of oriental cuisine – Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai. Check out the website at www.mateusrose.eu


1.50 5
10/11/2009

Drinkable, fruit-dominated rosé with little raffinesse, not to call it flat. Mixed fruit on the nose with a light fruity palate, but certainly lacking length, smoothness and power. But I like the rather subtle and soft acidity - most cheap rosés have that unholy and pungent acidity, and I'm glad this doesn't. Goes well with mediterranean dishes and perfectly suitable if you enjoy that cheap and cheerful sort of wine. Because it is so simply to enjoy, virtually all of my friends which aren't really into wine enjoy drinking it very much. Besides, I have to say the bottle looks really nice and the natural cork is of good quality (obvious for a portugese wine to have real cork, though - cork is made there...). Few issues with it, however. First of all, the quality isn't constant. Twice I've had flat, fizzy plonk, but another two times the wine was not fizzy and of okay to fairly good quality. Once, I got a bottle delivering rather powerful, cleaner flavours - sadly, though, I was lucky only once. All in all, it's a decent drop to have with your mates, however, if your're somebody with passion for tasting good wine, it will leave you completely indifferent (especially because as a wine lover you know it's made heartlessly in industrial quantities with the sole objective of creating a profitable wine with mainstream, mass-market appeal) To be honest, I really like being surprised by the unexpectedly decent quality of some inexpensive wines, but this isn't one of them. To be fair, it has to be said though that almost all Languedoc rosés for €3.50 are rubbish as well, as far as I am concerned much worse still! However, if you're lucky to live in France, you should really try the following €3.50 rosé. It's fantastic value for money, and even earned a gold medal from the paris agricole committee for the 2007 vintage: "Château de Puichéric Cave coopérative les Celliers du Nouveau Monde Puicheric"


Snooth User: ajaogorman
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4.00 5
08/24/2009

One of my favorite roses. Light, fruity, with a distinct strawberry aftertaste. Slightly bubbly... if you buy this wine, it will give it back in spades. Absolutely lovely wine for a summer evening, picnic, or girls night out :)


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Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/06/2010

The grapes from which Mateus Rose is made are carefully selected from the best quality red varieties grown in Northern Portugal. The greatest care is taken at all stages of production, from vintage through to bottling, thus ensuring that the highest possible standards of quality are consistently maintained. A method called bica aberta with long fermentation under controlled temperatures is used to achieve the particularly well-balanced, fresh and fruity quality of the wine.


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Winemaker's Notes:

The grapes from which Mateus Rose is made are carefully selected from the best quality red varieties grown in Northern Portugal. The greatest care is taken at all stages of production from vintage th

The grapes from which Mateus Rose is made are carefully selected from the best quality red varieties grown in Northern Portugal. The greatest care is taken at all stages of production from vintage th

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