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Familia Schroeder - Patagonia

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Wines

Familia Schroeder Malbec 2007

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: this wine exhibits an intense purplish-red color, showing its maturity
Nose: it has a complex nose, where ripe red fruits aromas are combined with violets and spices. Its oak aging provides notes of tobacco, chocolate and coffee
Mouth: it offers a pleasant mouthfeel, with sweet and intense tannins. Fruity but elegant, it has a strong acidity, typical of Patagonia’s terroir

Saurus Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 100%
Sight: It features a deep bright red color.
Nose: The nose shows a compelling mix of different aromas like red fruits, black pepper and spices. The oak brings some vanilla and coffee notes.
Mouth: This Cabernet is well structured, fresh and fruity. A young wine with very well defined characteristics.

Saurus Malbec 2009

Grape variety: Malbec 100%
Sight: Very intense purplish red color.
Nose: Complex in the nose with a combination of aromas of red fruits such as cherries and sour cherries. The mouth-feel is smooth, fresh and fruity, with vanilla and caramel nuances from ageing in small oak barrels.
Mouth: This is a young wine with well defined characteristics.

About us

Patagonia: endless horizons, snow melt waters, majestic landscapes, vast lands traversed by the wind. This is the birthplace of Familia Schroeder's wines.

Elegant wines, of intense bright colors, complex and greatly structured, are produced with thoroughly selected grapes from the vineyards that gently surround the winery.

Familia Schroeder's wines have become a faithful reflection of their outstanding terroir.

This state-of-the-art winery was built in different levels, using gravity in the winemaking process. During its construction, fossils of a 75-million-year-old dinosaur were found in its interior, fact that was the inspiration for naming its first wine range, Saurus. This relic is on permanent exhibit in a special area, visited by more than 20,000 tourists every year.