About Bodega Colomé
Located in the Salta region of Northern Argentina, Bodega Colomé is an exceptional and historic winery that is considered amongst the oldest in Argentina. Intriguingly, it is also touted as one of the highest vineyards in the world at over 3,000 metres above sea level.
Founded in 1831, Bodega Colomé has a solid history in producing excellent and distinctive wines, taking advantage of the unique altitude and favourable climate of the region. The winery's rich heritage adds a certain appeal to its wines, which is further enhanced by the time-honoured practices employed. The unique combination of altitude, solar intensity and biodynamic farming methods, enables Bodega Colomé to produce esteemed quality wines known for their concentrated potency and astounding depth of flavours.
Bodega Colomé holds a particular reputation for its credible Malbec production, with its signature wine, the Colomé Estate Malbec, gaining global recognition for its intense aromas, bright acidity and strikingly smooth finish. However, it's not just about Malbec at Bodega Colomé, and other varieties such as Torrontés and Tannat which are also cultivated with the same dedication and care.
Beyond wine production, the property is also home to the James Turrell Museum, a distinguished modern art museum that hosts an impressive selection of optical and light installations. Visitors are treated not only to a taste of fine wines but also a feast for the eyes, making Bodega Colomé a destination for both wine and art lovers alike.
In recent years Bodega Colomé has practised sustainable farming methods and embarked on a biodynamic journey to promote biodiversity, soil fertility and plant health? This no doubt contributes to the high standard of their wines, making Bodega Colomé a leader in its field and a must-visit destination for dedicated wine connoisseurs.
In conclusion, Bodega Colomé is not just a winery but a place of heritage, beauty and unique viticultural practices that delivers visually and on the palate.
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