Impetuous, fine, and exclusive; these are the special features perceived in the new vintage of Familia Schroeder wines, limited edition, in its three versions: Malbec, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Noir-Malbec.
Its unique structure enhances the perfect combination of selected clusters. Its 24-month aging in new French oak barrels grants this high-end line unique characteristics that surprise [...]
Familia Schroeder winery’s Saurus Restaurant, with the support of Banco Provincia del Neuquén, wants to pay a tribute to the Patagonia cuisine by inviting to taste during three nights the most delicious dishes, specially prepared by renowned chefs of the region.
The event will take place at the restaurant of the winery located in San Patricio [...]
Pinot Noir 100%
Sight: The sight features bright red tones.
Nose: This Pinot Noir has plenty floral aromas, like roses and violets, combined with red fruit scents such as red currants, raspberries and strawberries. Mushrooms and mineral aromas stand out together with some vanilla and cocoa notes, due to ageing in oak barrels.
Mouth: Medium-bodied red, of ultrafine tannins and fruity nuances that wave through a finish of superior depth and dimension.
Pinot Noir 54% - Malbec 46%
Sight: Red wine of deep bright red color with some violet hints.
Nose: This blend features a complex nose. Ripe red fruits aromas such as plums, sour berries and cassis, gently combined with floral and spicy nuances. Delicate vanilla and chocolate tones were developed during the long ageing in french oak barrels.
Mouth: Sophisticated mouth-feel and remarkable elegance. The wine expands on the palate letting the flavors linger persistently.
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