In 1855, Ostende Rozès, a fine wine trader in Bordeaux, established the Rozès house. The reputation of the firm's Port wines spread due to their quality.
Ostende's son, Edmond Rozès, created the Rozès Port wine brand and was largely responsible for its unique style.
After more than 120 years of family ownership, and other successive owners, the firm is sold and acquired by Vranken Monopole in 1999.
Rozès differs considerably from the English and Portuguese port wine houses. True to their Bordeaux heritage, Rozès Port wines are elegant, complex and balanced, less fruity and tannic than those of the English style and more generous and richer than those of the Portuguese producers.
For further information please visit www.rozes.pt