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In a quest to find the source of an exceptional Malbec that he had at a dinner in a small bodega in Salta, Donald Hess searched for three years to find this winery in Argentina's Salta Province. Now home to Bodega and Estancia Colomé, this winery was founded in 1831. Its vineyards, at 6,000 to 10,000 feet above sea level, include vines that are 160 years old.
Completely renovated and revitalized by Donald Hess, Bodega Colomé focuses on Argentina's two traditional varietals, Malbec and Torrontes, producing wines that receive international accolades. The age of the vines, biodynamic practices, and altitude combine to create these distinctive, bold and intense wines that speak of their origin.
Colome Estate Malbec is a blend of 85% Malbec, 8% Tannat, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Petit Verdot and Syrah. With an intense dark color and layered aromas of cherries, blackberries, white pepper and violets. Similar flavors follow, with ... more