Bodegas Colomé and Amalaya are located in Argentina’s Northern province of Salta. With the majestic backdrop of the Andes, Colomé is one Argentina’s oldest working wineries (1831) and boasts the world’s highest vineyards with altitudes of nearly 3048 metres (10,000 feet). Malbec and Torrontes flourish in the sustainably-farmed vineyards. Certified sustainable.View Supplier Page
Yellow with a green hue.
Aromas of asparagus, lime and freshly cut grass.
Malic and full on the palate with refreshing acidity.
Pairs beautifully with zesty appetizers, salads and fish dishes.
At 3111 meters, the weather conditions are extreme, with late frosts in spring and early ones in autumn. Therefore, we plant varieties with short cycle such as Sauvignon Blanc, as exposure is a key factor to achieve a well-ripened fruit while keeping its freshness.
"The 2021 Sauvignon Blanc Altura Máxima hails from Payogasta, Salta, a vineyard planted at a height of 10,200 feet in the middle of a desert right up on the Tropic of Capricorn. A steely light green in the glass. The remarkably intense nose offers asparagus, lime, rue and grass. In the mouth, it presents good fat and a malic, nimble flow, with the energy balanced out by the freshness. A surprising wine."
"A Sauvignon Blanc grown at 3,100 meters above sea level in the Altura Máxima vineyard, the Lote Especial Altura Maxima was 25% aged in French barrels. Bright green in color, the nose offers gentle asparagus, lime and pea notes with a strange but delicious hint of muscat brought out by the oak. Very intense, in the mouth the heightened acidity (pH 3.20) and fat make for an exotic, primary wine."