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Located at nearly 9,000 feet above sea level, Estancia Colome is one of the highest altitude vineyards in the world and has just nine cosy rooms. It also houses a contemporary art museum, featuring light installations, drawings, and prints by artist James Turrell.
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The Calchaqui Valley is on Estancia Colome’s doorstep and offers countless hikes and mountain bike trails. Horse riding is also a highlight here and must be booked in advance.
There’s tennis courts and a swimming pool for those looking to spend the day at the estancia. Don’t miss wine tasting with one of Colome’s acclaimed sommeliers, and a visit to the James Turrell museum, located within the winery.
Estancia Colome is located near Molinos in north-west Argentina, approximately a four and a half hour drive from Salta airport. Getting there is part of the fun as the landscape is varied and dramatic. We recommend hiring a car as this region of Argentina is perfect for a road-trip.
Estancia Colome can be visited year round. June to September is winter, and the weather is warm and dry during the day, but the temperature drops at night. The weather is hot during the summer, which is between December and February. We’d recommend avoiding February and March, as these months experience the heaviest downpours.