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Salta Argentinien Bodega Colomé Rot Colomé Vino Fino Tinto Valle Calchaqui 2005

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Aromen: würzig, röstig, getrocknete Beerennoten; Geschmack: weiche Gerbstoffe, dezente Süsse, komplexe Aromatik, Rosinen, schwarze Schokolade, Lakritze, Rauch, Teer, Ingwer und Heu

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Bodega Colome:
Colome was farmed for thousand of years by the native population who were excellent stewards of the land. The original Indio language in Ihe Cakhaqul Valley was "Kakan"; but at the end of the 15th century the Incas entered the valley. Since then, the dialect spoken in the valley has been "Quechua". In 1549, Calchaqui Valley was first occupied by the Spanish conquistadores... Read more
Colome was farmed for thousand of years by the native population who were excellent stewards of the land. The original Indio language in Ihe Cakhaqul Valley was "Kakan"; but at the end of the 15th century the Incas entered the valley. Since then, the dialect spoken in the valley has been "Quechua". In 1549, Calchaqui Valley was first occupied by the Spanish conquistadores but they encountered stiff resistance from the native population. 90 years later the Spanish succeeded expropriating the native population. As the tale goes, the native tribe chief Colomln received vines from the Spanish conquistadores in the late 16th century for good services rendered. The old Colomi winery was founded in 1831. probably by the Spanish Governor of Salta, Nicolas Severo de Isasmendi y Echalar. His daughter Ascencion, who married Jose Benjamin Davalos, introduced in 1854 from France pre-phylloxera Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon wines to Colome. Three vineyards of 10 acres/ 4 hectares, dating from this time still produce grapes. Colome is considered the oldest existing winery in Argentina. Read less

Member Reviews for Salta Argentinien Bodega Colomé Rot Colomé Vino Fino Tinto Valle Calchaqui

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Snooth User: RobertoPatriarca
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3.50 5
07/30/2009

Pouco tipico, com amargor no final e baixa acidez realcando o acucar


External Reviews for Salta Argentinien Bodega Colomé Rot Colomé Vino Fino Tinto Valle Calchaqui

External Review
Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/06/2012

Very dark and lush, with nearly hyperripe fig, blackberry and boysenberry flavors layered with bittersweet chocolate, black tea and spice notes. Stays poised and balanced, with a long, fleshy finish. Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink now through 2... Wine Spectator. A Proprietary Blend wine from Salta in Argentina. 2005 Bodega Colome Reserva Calchaqui Valley 750ml


External Review
Source: Flaschenpost Weinservice GmbH
04/16/2009

Dichtes, schwärzliches Kirschrot. Reich und mundfüllend, gewaltiger Körper. Vielschichtige Aromatik: Zedernholz, Schokolade, schwarze Kirschen und ein wenig Vanille. Seidige Tannine, langer Nachgeschmack.


External Review
Source: Fame Wine and Tobacco
09/23/2011

"Black


External Review
Source: Flaschenpost Weinservice GmbH
04/21/2010

Aromen: würzig, röstig, getrocknete Beerennoten; Geschmack: weiche Gerbstoffe, dezente Süsse, komplexe Aromatik, Rosinen, schwarze Schokolade, Lakritze, Rauch, Teer, Ingwer und Heu


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
04/01/2008

Bodegas Colome Malbec Estate Argentina



Aromen: würzig, röstig, getrocknete Beerennoten; Geschmack: weiche Gerbstoffe, dezente Süsse, komplexe Aromatik, Rosinen, schwarze Schokolade, Lakritze, Rauch, Teer, Ingwer und Heu

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