Colomé 1831 Malbec

Calchaqui Valley, Salta

Colomé is one of Argentina's oldest wineries located in the Calchaqui Valley at 2300 meters where extreme conditions create unique terroir, perfect for growing Malbec.  Planted in 1831, the estate vineyard at Colomé is the inspiration for this wine created as a tribute to our history and to my father-in-law Donald Hess who came to Colomé with vision, passion and a desire to craft the world's greatest Malbecs.

AGING: 18 months in both new and used French oak barrels. WINEMAKER: Thibaut Delmotte

VARIETY: 100% Malbec ALCOHOL: 14.9%

ALTITUDE: 2,300 meters, High Altitude Vineyards VITICURAL AREA: Calchaquí Valleys, Salta, Argentina

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    James Suckling, April 2020

    "This has a deep and dark, purple-fruit nose with violets and brambly dark plums pervading the palate. Very rich in flavor. Drink over the next five years."

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    Vinous, October 2020

    "Made with grapes from pre-phylloxera parral vines between 100 and 150 years old at 2,300 meters above sea level, this Malbec is an intense blackberry color in the glass. The nose presents ripe fruit, a hint of flesh and clear woody notes (from the 18 months spent in barrels); grape syrup is the dominant aroma. Fleshy on the palate, with mild tannins, it makes an indulgent, rich entrance, and at 15.5% alcohol it’s almost a port, with a well-defined high-altitude character."

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