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The twentieth century witnessed the birth and consolidation of Mateus Rosé, the Sogrape Vinhos flagship that truly conquered the world.
The history of Mateus Rosé goes back to 1942, when Fernando Van Zeller Guedes created and launched a highly distinctive concept - a wine with a strong personality and unique flavour, presented in an original and innovative bottle.
These aspects, when combined, became strong brand attributes and quickly making Mateus a wine known and appreciated worldwide. A powerful brand was born.
Inside the iconic bottle was something different: a new, rosé-coloured , fresh, slightly sparkling and very versatile wine.
As for packaging, a low flacon was chosen, inspired by the flasks used by soldiers during the First World War. A shape that stood out from every other, taller wine bottles. The label, unususal and innovative for its time, depicted the connection between the product and the land from which it came. This unique combination, strengthened by the wine's unique qualities, made Mateus Rosé a great success. But the real secret of Mateus Rosé lies in the winemaking care dedicated to its production! Produced exclusively from red grapes, the vinification process relies on techniques identical to those used in white wine production. The wine obtains its distinctive pink colour, while maintaining a soft and fruity style, by avoiding prolonged contact between the grape juice and its skin.
With the recent release of new varieties, Mateus Rosé has firmly established itself as a specialist brand of rosé wines. These new varieties complement each other and meet the expectations of various consumers seeking rosé wines with different characteristics. And nobody does rosé better than Mateus Rosé!
The brand strategy has thus been evolving over time in response to the market’s climate and demands, by using surprising and distinct communication campaigns that will continue to reaffirm the brand's unique position.
Mateus Rosé is a global brand, recognized and appreciated across the world fully capable of adapting to different tastes and cultures.
Mateus Rosé Tempranillo is a rosé wine produced using white wine making techniques, namely temperature control fermentation without skin contact, resulting in its distinctive rosé colour, freshness and aromatic richness.
Serve between 8ºC-10ºC.
Mateus Rosé Tempranillo is ideal to be enjoyed chilled on its own or to accompany
informal dishes. Mateus Rosé Tempranillo is served at its best with light meals,
seafood, fish, grilled white meats, barbecues and most salads. Its unique characteristics make it also the ideal accompaniment to pastas and various dishes of Italian cuisine, as well as a wide number of options in Asian
Alcohol: 10,5% | Total Acidity: 5,9 g/l (tartaric acid) | Sugar: 30 g/l |
2011 Vintage Port Declaration: All of the major port houses have now declared the 2011 vintage as being of exceptional quality. For many shippers this is the first declaration since 2007. The avalanche of declarations started with Sogrape, owners of Sandeman and Ferriera. This has been followed by Symington, the company that owns Dows, Graham Warre and Cockburn and Taylor Fladgate owners of the Fonseca and Taylors brands