Deep ruby color. Intense and complex nose where the typical aromas of each variety are nicely combined to show their best expression: blackberries coming from Malbec, freshly crushed cherries from the Cabernet Sauvignon, ripe black fruits from the Tannat, bell-pepper from the Cab. Franc and truffles from Merlot.
BenMarco Cabernet Sauvignon is a bright wine with persistent flavors of currant, cassis, and plum, plus a hint of herbs and juicy acidity, finishing with firm tannins and very good grip.
Elegant salmon color. On the nose it shows a delicate, subtle florality with aromas of strawberry and cherry. In the mouth, its fresh and juicy acidity pair perfectly with flavors of strawberry and red currant. Very good balance and structure. Its pleasant texture on the palate makes it versatile for pairing or to enjoy alone.
This wine is composed of similar parts of Semillón, Torrontés and Sauvignon Blanc from Altamira. It's very aromatic with floral and citric notes intermixed with hints of white fruit, coming through as a fresh, subtle blend. It matured for 4 months in French oak barrels, 60% first use and 40% second use.
Brilliant ruby color with violet edges. Strawberries, raspberries and ripe fruit with touch of pepper and spices aromas and elegant floral notes. In mouth, flavors of red fruit, spice and hints of vanilla from aging in French oak. Very nice freshness. Round, soft tannins lead to a delicate, lingering finish.
Radiant golden colour, fine bubbles aligned with a persistent crown. Fresh sensation with subtle scent of orange blossom exuded by Torrontés, together with fresh fruity notes such as green apple and pineapple stemming from Riesling. The wine opens dynamically, with minerals and medium volume, preserving freshness, and closes delicately acid. Fresh and elegant persistence.
Colomé “Auténtico” is a tribute to the pioneers who planted the vineyards and opened the winery in 1831. Since then, the vineyards at Bodega Colomé have been grown with sustainable farming practices to achieve the “authentic” expression of the terroir. Higher altitudes offer more sun, less UV protection and produce a thicker skinned grape that delivers a more robust taste with fresh acidity to support it. We believe the natural expression of the soil is captured in these wines.