Since 1831, the “Wines of altitude” have been a South American mainstay, thanks to Argentine wineries like Bodega Colomé. Being the highest altitude winery in the world has its advantages – growing Malbec and Torrontes grapes at four separate altitudes being one of them. Thermal amplitude and sun exposure are other strengths, which leads to concentration and balance in the wines. Manual grape collection, low yield production, and minimal intervention are some of the techniques used by winemaker Thibaut Delmotte, who perfected his winemaking skills in Burgundy and Bordeaux. Bodega Colomé’s soul is embodied in the Altura Màxima, Colomé and Lote Especial emblem varieties.