UNDER $14 A really nice, clean, simple, and easy to drink dry Portuguese Rosé

Where to buy:

Wine.com $14! Check your shipping state for availability & price changes. Shipping costs is about $15.95 for one bottle.

CWSpirits.com unfortunately doesn’t have this gem. But they do have a great selection of other Rosé! I would give Chateau Ste Michelle Rosé a try, it’s $14 and while it is a different grape, (Riesling and not a Grenache) it offers the more hints of peach and strawberry as opposed to peach and grapefruit but it’s worth the try. Use code SipEatRepeat for a 5% discount off any order! CWS.com is a great option if you are looking to ship to a state like MI. Or any other hard to ship to State, their shipping cost is about $16.10 for one bottle.

What I love about the wine

Mateus Dry Rosé was a whopping $10 buck on sale at the local grocery store. It was a hot humid day, I really should have probably just been drinking water. However, a crisp, cold glass of wine was calling my name. I chose this particular bottle of wine because I am a sucker for marketing. At 55% off for the deal of the day, I felt like I had to try it.

What I really loved about Matues Dry Rose was the dry citrus flavors made this the perfect choice for a really hot muggy day. It was tasty and reminded me of dry Sauvignon Blanc. It wasn’t too acidic so it was easy to drink, but not so easy that I drank the whole bottle.

I also like that Mateus lasted well in the fridge for day two, but I wouldn’t push it anymore than storing it for one night. I saved the last glass for day three to test its threshold and I couldn’t drink it on day three.

But how does it taste?

Matues Dry Rosé, states, “Inviting hints of red fruit” on its back label. I didn’t get that. I felt this bottle had more hints of clean peach, grapefruit with a dash of minerals. It was more on the dry side that is for sure but it wasn’t too acidic, and for have 12% ALC./VOL you really didn’t smacked in the face with the taste of alcohol.