Rosé sure has been on a journey over the past couple years and unsurprisingly continues to grow from strength to strength. While Provence and the Rhône are producing some great stuff, the climate and terroir of New Zealand makes it a true contender for some phenomenal rosé which is taking the world by storm and at the center of which sits Matua. Named the New Zealand Wine Producer of the Year by the most prestigious awards body IWSC, Matua has been producing exceptionally good wines since 1974 and their Pinot Noir Rosé is a true testament to that accolade.
When it comes to rosé we’ve seen everything from brosé to frozé (it’s probably a good thing if you don’t know what either of those are) but there really is nothing like a chilled glass of rosé for just about any occasion. Sun or rain, it’s the perfect compliment to good company, great food or simply unwinding at the end of a long day.
Matua’s Pinot Noir Rosé is packed full of juicy ripe summer berries. Pour a glass and you’ll experience a plethora of cranberries, gooseberries and ripe strawberries balanced out by a soothing yet exciting crisp and refreshing dry finish.
If you fancy being creative then chop up a mango with a little mint and a drizzle of lime and pair it with your favorite pan-seared fish.