Estancia Colome is located in the village of Molinos, in the northwest province of Salta, Argentina. The estate encompasses verdant vineyards, rolling hills, and rugged mountain vistas. It is home to the renowned Bodega Colomé, one of the oldest wineries in Argentina, known for producing exceptional high-altitude wines. Guests have the opportunity to explore the vineyards, participate in wine tastings, and immerse themselves in the region’s winemaking heritage.
Accommodations at Estancia Colomé reflect the traditional Argentine estancia style. The Estancia features nine comfortable, spacious suites that are each equipped with a fireplace and a terrace overlooking the garden. Guests can savor exquisite cuisine paired with Colomé wines at the on-site restaurant, which showcases the flavors and culinary traditions of the region.
Estancia Colomé is also renowned for its remarkable art collection. The estate houses the James Turrell Museum, which exhibits captivating light installations and artworks by renowned contemporary artist James Turrell.
Beyond wine and art, the estate offers opportunities for exploration and adventure. Guests can embark on guided hikes through the rugged landscapes, explore nearby archaeological sites, or simply soak in the serenity of the surroundings.