Colomé 1831 Malbec
Altitude, as it generates microclimates and varied terroirs, is a factor that distinguishes Salta from the rest of the regions from Argentina and worldwide and translates into outstanding expression and diversity in our wines.
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.
Varietals: 100% Malbec
Location: Upper Calchaqui Valley, Salta
Aging: 18 months in french oak barrels
Intense red color with purple hues. Elegant and complex, with ripe black fruit and floral and spicy notes complemented by delicate and integrated notes from its oak aging. A fruity, concentrated and balanced wine with marked acidity, round tannins and great body.
Aged in both new and used French oak barrels for 18 months, this wine exhibits dark fruit notes followed by well-structured tannins that give backbone and a plush mouthfeel to the wine
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