Bodega Colomé, since 1831, is the oldest working winery in Argentina. It is located in the Upper Calchaquí Valley and has 4 Estates between 1700m and 3111m, the highest altitude of Argentina, making Colomé a unique project in the world.
This is a tribute to the pioneers of the oldest working winery in Argentina.
Its concentration comes from 90 year old vines grown using traditional and environmentally sustainable practices.
An unoaked Malbec with aromas of black fruit, cherries, mulberry and figs combine with spicy notes and a touch of minerality.
On the palate, this wine is robust and concentrated, with crisp acidity and ripe, finely-grained tannins that provide structure and balance.