The Carrau Family has been part of a small group of families in the world who have dedicated themselves tirelessly and silently to cultivating a tradition that has transcended generations.
The Carrau family's winemaking tradition begins in the region of Catalonia in 1752. Francisco Carrau Vehils, a fisherman from Vilasar de Mar, acquired the family's first vineyard on April 2 of that year. Since then, the Carrau family has represented ten uninterrupted generations of winemakers.
Established in Uruguay since 1930, the Carrau family is a pioneer in the development of quality wines.
Currently, Carrau Wineries is a family business, where Javier and Ignacio Carrau pay tribute to more than 265 years of wisdom generated by their ancestors.
At Carrau Wineries you can visit one of the oldest wineries in the country, built in 1887 and recovered by the Carrau family. Its colonial house and the beautiful park and vineyard, make it an ideal place to discover some of the best wines in South America.