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Argentina※ Use the QR code for each winery to see more information about the winery and their wines on our website.-55-Bodega ColomeFounded in 1831 it is one of Argentina's oldest wineries. Set in the Andes foothills, the biodynamic vineyards experience wide dierences between day and night temperatures, producing elegant avourful wines.11192Torrontes S'18From high altitude vineyards in the Upper Calchaqui Valleys, Salta, Argentina. The classic Argentinian white varietal, this Torrontes oers citrus aromas of grapefruit with oral notes of roses and a touch of spice. In the mouth it is fresh, round and well-bodied with a long, elegant nish.\1,850Valle Calchaqui, SaltaTorrontes100% Alc.13.9% 10285Lote Especial Sauvignon Blanc '16Vineyards at 3000 meters altitude contribute ripe fruit and fresh flavours. A golden colour, complex with white and exotic fruit aromas, oral and mineral notes, and a touch of herbs. Fruity and fresh in the mouth with notes of toasted wood adding complexity, good body, elegant with a long nish.\4,500Valle Calchaqui, SaltaSauvignon Blanc100% Alc.13.9% 11527Lote Especial Tannat '19A native to the Southwest of France, today the Tannat varietal is associated with the Calchaqui Valley. A very dark colour, it has a oral nose with hints of black fruit, and concentrated and elegant spicy notes. The freshness and rounded tannins on the palate set it apart as a Salta Tannat.\3,000Valle Calchaqui, SaltaTannat100% Alc.14.8% Vint./\↓11523Lote Especial Bonarda '19The Bonarda varietal is a very popular in Argentina. This Special Edition show a refined expression from Colome's vineyards at 1700 meters. Ruby-coloured with purple hues, the nose shows black and red fruits with a spicy mint. Concentrated and complex, it is fresh, with good volume on the palate.\3,000Valle Calchaqui, SaltaBonarda100% Alc.14.0% Vint./\↓10290Lote Especial Pinot Noir '15An intense ruby bright colour. Very fresh, complex and concentrated on the nose, with blackcurrant and raspberry aromas, and spice, oral and herbal notes. The red fruits follow through on the medium-bodied palate, showing a good tannic structure.\8,000Valle Calchaqui, SaltaPinot Noir100% Alc.13.7% 11525Lote Especial Syrah '19Made from grapes from the Finca Colome at 2300 meters above sea level. Very dark, almost black. The nose shows ample black fruits including blackberry, lots of varietal spice, and well-integrated toast from barrel aging. Full-bodied in the mouth, yet fresh with a nice tannin structure.\3,000Valle Calchaqui, SaltaSyrah100% Alc.14.8% Vint./\↓11191Lote Especial Malbec La Brava '17The agship varietal in Argentina, this Malbec is grown at 1700m in the La Brava Estate in Cafayate. Bright red, with aromas of mature black and red fruits. Concentrated and complex, it is fresh, with good volume on the palate.\3,200Valle Calchaqui, SaltaMalbec100% Alc.14.7% 10780Estate Malbec '15Bright and intense in the glass, beautiful aromas of blackberries, red fruits and exotic floral notes entice the senses. On the palate, a full lush entry of ripe rich black fruit is underlaid by hints of pepper and spiced oak notes. Fresh acidity supports big, bold tannins and wonderful complexity.\3,500Valle Calchaqui, SaltaMalbec100% Alc.14.9% 10779Autentico Malbec '17The majority of the fruit is from vineyards over 100 years old together with 15-year old vineyards, all located at 2300 meters elevation. Intense almost black, the nose highlights elegant spices and fresh oral aromas that lead to bright acidity and rich avours of black and red fruits in the mouth.\5,000Valle Calchaqui, SaltaMalbec100% Alc.15.0% 115211831 Malbec '17Valle Calchaqui, Salta\9,500(See page11 for more details.)Malbec100% Alc.15.6% New10291Altura Maxima Malbec '13This Malbec from the highest elevation vineyards in the world shows a true expression of the terroir which receives much more sun and much less UV protection, producing thicker skinned grapes that deliver a more robust mouthfeel supported by fresh acidity.\14,800Valle Calchaqui, SaltaMalbec100% Alc.15.0%

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