i would like to know the value of the bottle with the wine srill in it, it was given to my Dad during world War 11
I was wondering home much a 1963 mateus bottle of red rose wine was worth, thank you.
Did you ever find info? I have this same bottle, unopened and wax sealed....I read it was made in 1942 at the end of WWII. I can't find much though and was curious if u have. It is half evaporated I assume and I wouldn't dare open it.
This isn't the greatest rose on the planet. It's not Tavel or Bandol or even some of those awesome Spanish roses but it's different, got that fizzy thing going on and it's dry compared to that ocean of White Zin they produce here in the States. At least this is a real rose and it'll do just fine with your Provencal grilled fish.
My husband and I tried this, it was a wine that I didn't care too much for. However, he said it was good with dinner!
Does It Still Have The Candle Wax?
by Thumper 12141604
Your 1963 Mateus bottle is only worth collecting if it is still bathed in the candle wax from when we used them as candle holders at P@T Smoking Parties. I'd keep it,,,,,,,,,,,,,
they still are in business?
mateus rose form the 19 60's early 70's if oyu sti8ll have some use it as paint remover....
it was already vinegar in the 70's
i am shocked that this "winery" has not yet gone out of business, but since thunderbird and wild rose and lancers is still around i guess there is a market for it....
Please take this wine out of the store...is very bad! My family is from Portugal and NOBODY drinks this wine. There are a lot of excellent wines, so make us a favor replacing Mateus for Periquita, Quinta do Crasto, Barca Velha, Quinta dos Roques, Redoma, to mention a few. Also please extend the selection in Dão reds, this is a great wine. Going into somethingelse different and delicious from Portugal, bring to the store the GINJA or commonly called GINGINHA (is a cherry "licor" with grappa), one of the brands is FERREIRINHA.
Your selection in Ports are good.
For most American wine lovers Portuguese wine means Port, the rich fortified Portugal wine made in the hot, dry Douro Valley in the northern part of the country. But the past decade has witnessed a greater flow of high-quality table wines, mostly red, into the U.S. market.
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