Located in the far north of Argentina in the Calchaqui Valley, Bodega Colomé is Argentina’s oldest working winery. It also boasts the second highest altitude vineyard in the world, Altura Maxima at 3111 metres above sea level! Colomé has been producing world class wines for decades, recently scooping a Silver in the Decanter World Wine Awards for its 2017 Estate Malbec (which you can buy here!).
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Seeing the potential of the Uco Valley in 1925, Rutini was the first winery to plant vines in the province. It’s now a world-renowned wine producing region, and Rutini has 400 hectares across Gualtallary, La Consulta and Altamira.