High up in the Andes, in Argentina’s north, you’ll find Bodega Colome in the Salta province. At 180 years old, it’s the oldest winery in Argentina, and you will even find malbec cuttings brought from Bordeaux by the founders daughter still produce at 160 years of age.
‘Amalaya’ means hope in the language of the Indigenous Andes tribes. Made mostly of Torrontes which provides body and texture with a bit of Riesling adding aromatics and acidity. Maximum drinkability.