Bodega Colomé, since 1831, is the oldest working winery in Argentina. It is located in the Upper Calchaquí Valley and has 4 Estates between 5.600 and 10.200 feet above sea level, the highest altitude of Argentina, making Colomé a unique project in the world.
The ‘Lote Especial’ wines are made from ‘special parcels’ of fruit from a single plot in the Colomé vineyard that surrounds the winery, located at 2,300 metres above sea level.
“The origin of Tannat is South-West France, although it has become an emblematic variety of the Valles Calchaquíes”.
With a very dark colour, it has a floral nose with notes of black fruit, and concentrated and elegant spicy and floral notes. It highlights freshness and rounded tannins that set it apart from the Tannat that comes from Salta.