This Stylish Bottle Is Also The Best Dry Rosé Wine For Every Wine-Drinking Scenario
Although the Rosé , the pink hued wine has become the go-to summertime social drink , it can be enjoyed year-round. It can easily be sipped alone while painting your nails, and complements any type of cuisine. Rosés can be sweet or dry- a sweet rosé is usually sweeter and fruitier pairing well with savory dishes such as barbecue meats, roasts, and rich sauces. A dry rosé is also fruit-forward however this type of rosé is low in sugar and comes with an average ABV of 12, and pairs well with vegetables, seafood, and chicken. While dry rosés from Provence are recognized as the gold standard, this style of rosé wine is the most common style produced today around the world. Iconic Portuguese bottle, Mateus is the best Dry Rosé and is affordable, so stock up on this year-round. Since its launch in 1942, Mateus has stood for quality and is still the top selling Portuguese wine in the world.
Few wines are more transporting than a good rosé and one that illustrates a sleek and sophisticated curved bottle design doesn’t hurt either. The stylish shape makes it an appealing center piece on any dining table, and a crowd pleaser at parties. Inspired by the flasks used by soldiers in the first World War, Mateus Dry Rosé pays homage to its history featuring an updated bottle shape, new design label and wine style that is drier and paler to serve the new American palate. Tasting notes highlight gooseberry, cherry and strawberry. On the palate is a harmonious balance of acidity where the fruity sensation dominates making it a wine you can enjoy daily.