Currently Bodega Colomé is a benchmark for quality and high-end wines in Argentina; harvests and produces more than half a million liters and exports its wines to more than 25 countries around the world.
The vineyards are located in the upper area of the Calchaquíes Valleys, considered the highest wine-growing region in the world between 2,300 and 3,111 meters above sea level.
Made up of 4 farms: Finca Colomé (2,300 masl), whose vineyards are around the winery, Finca El Arenal (2,700 masl) and Finca Altura Máxima (3,111 masl) in the Payogasta-Salta area and Finca La Brava (1,750 masl) north of the Calchaquí valley.
The altitude is one of the most important factors for the development of the vine. At higher altitudes, there is a great solar exposure and good thermal amplitude with 20 ° between day and night, factors that facilitate the homogeneous and balanced development of the grape.
The solar radiation that the vine receives, the air and soil temperatures impact on the development of the vine, achieving a slow maturation. To protect itself from the sun's rays, the grape generates a thicker and darker skin, the result will be a wine of great intensity, good color, aroma and flavor. With the end result of famous high-altitude wines of great concentration and balance.