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After 6 hours drive on terrible roads we visited the bodega
At the beginning of the road the last 17 km it is signposted the bodega is open until 6 pm.
We were very exited because our queen Maxima had stayed here.
We arrived exhausted...More
Date of experience: July 2019
mariaconstanzab1, Gerente at Experiencia Colome, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear Hans, we are really sorry for your problem. As we look to honour our guests with a unique experience, we make it in small groups only by reservation. The road with its changing colors and shapes are part ot the experience. We apologize for...More
We stopped here for the wine making tour. A guide showed our group of ten through the steps to making wine. All the others were Spanish speakers and the guide repeated his info in good English for us . After we ate a huge lunch...More
Date of experience: January 2019
mariaconstanzab1, Gerente at Experiencia Colome, responded to this reviewResponded January 29, 2019
Thanks for your visit and opinion! We are happy to know you enjoyed the tour and lunch.
We stayed at Colome for 3 nights and had a wonderful time. The rooms are luxurious and comfortable, and they have a turn down service in the evening. Our room had a wood burning fire all prepped and ready to go if it got chilly....More
Date of experience: December 2018
mariaconstanzab1, Gerente at Experiencia Colome, responded to this reviewResponded December 14, 2018
Thanks Chellobella for your review, we are happy to know you had an unique experience and look forward to seeing you again.
Already the drive to Colome is an adventure and then you find this oasis. We went there for one night to taste their high altitude Malbecs. We should have stayed longer ! Great, very spacious rooms, great bar for wine tasting, art museum, good restaurant...More
Date of experience: December 2018
mariaconstanzab1, Gerente at Experiencia Colome, responded to this reviewResponded December 13, 2018
Thanks Hiihtopummi for your visit and review! Happy to know you enjoyed our Colomé Experience, we look forward to seeing you again, with more time to stay
We spent one night in the Colome vineyard and were very happy with the quality of the service and the room.
Take the winery visit and the wine tasting (3 different price options for the tasting; quite reasonable - very good wines, especially the high-altitude...More
Both you reach Bodega Colomè from North (Cachi) or south (Cafayate) you must drive at least 2 hours and a half of a difficult bad manteined gravel road (Ruta 40)
It's hard, after you drove such a road and you broke a tyre...More
Date of experience: August 2018
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mariaconstanzab1, Gerente at Experiencia Colome, responded to this reviewResponded September 21, 2018
Thanks for your feedback and apologies for the bad experience in our Bodega. We take notice of this and are working in staff capacitation to make sure this won't happen again. We are a small winery and have a limited capacity of reception...More
Never been more mistreated in my life than in Colome.
We wanted to visit the James Turrell museum in our way for Cafayate to Cachi, a long and beautiful ride through the Calchqui valleys.
We called the day before to book a place to visit...More
Loved the visit -- the grapes are some of Argentines oldest, the wines are excellent -- I buy their Amalaya regularly -- and the black rocked desert surroundings are fantastic. The adjacent James Turrell Museum is a must-see if you're a fan of his work,...More
First we toured the James Terrell museum. I didn’t care for the exhibit that much as modern/contemporary art is not my thing. We went on the tour of the wine production and it is like most any other wine tour anywhere. We were on a...More
Colome vineyards are located on the Northwestern corner of Salt Province, and span 6900 through 9300 feet in altitude. These are the world's highest vineyards. The Hess company has done what noone else has thought possible, and are producing very high quality wines, especially Torrontes,...More