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Written on: 07/02/2014 by Skip26 (1 review written)
Today I bought a bottle of mateus for the first time in some years and found that it does not taste the same; even the colour is different. I had up until now always liked the taste from first trying it back in 1974. I had wondered why it didnt seem as popular as it once was and now I know. I must say that i wont be buying it ever again… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2013
Just bought a bottle Mateus Rose in London. The taste is terrible. The bottle has no production date but is marked bar code No: 5 601012 011500. The label has a Malay text saying it is imported by Caldbeck MacGregor (M) Sdn. Bhd. in Selangor (in Malaysia). I have been drinking quite a lot of Mateus wines, but this one is probably old and has been stored in warm climate for too long. Mateus should put a production date on their wines!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2009
Mateus Ros . Reasonably priced. Light, refreshing (must be well chilled) easy to drink and has a pleasant effervescency (if there is such a word!). A pleasant drink, just to enjoy on it's own. If you're looking for a pleasant, easy drinking rose, to enjoy as an apperitife- this is the one. Some retailer's seem to forget that it is a cheap and cheerful wine!- try not to spend more that £4.40 per bottle (often to be got got under £4.00 a bottle (if buying a case)… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2007 by raehippychick (28 reviews written)
Ah... the funny rounded bottle that I remember from the 70's. When the APs (that's the Aged Parents... funny how they never appreciated that nickname!) had their cheese and wine parties someone would always turn up with a bottle or two of Mateus Rosé.
This poor old wine has suffered for many years with its dated image, but now it could be making a bit of a comeback... hopefully a more successful one than its ill-fated alcoholic friend Babycham.
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