Estancia Colome

WELCOME TO ESTANCIA COLOME

Located at nearly 9,000 feet above sea level, Estancia Colome is one of the highest-altitude vineyards in the world & has just nine cosy rooms.

It also houses a contemporary art museum, featuring light installations, drawings, & prints by artist James Turrell.

What we love about Estancia Colome

  • The nine rooms, all with four poster beds, a fireplace, & fantastic views across the Calchaqui Valley
  • The food at Estancia Colome is outstanding. Expect traditional Andean dishes with a twist, all accompanied by wine from the vineyard
  • The location; quiet and remote
  • The journey to get there – you’ll pass small Andean villages, giant cacti, & snowy mountain ranges
  • The well-stocked wine cellar!
What to do at La Villarrica

The Calchaqui Valley is on Estancia Colome’s doorstep & offers countless hikes & mountain bike trails.

Horse riding is also a highlight here & must be booked in advance.

There are tennis courts & 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, & a visit to the James Turrell museum, located within the winery.

ESTANCIA COLOME

Estancia Colome is located near Molinos in northwest Argentina, approximately a four-and-a-half-hour drive from Salta airport. Getting there is part of the fun as the landscape is varied & dramatic. We recommend hiring a car as this region of Argentina is perfect for a road trip.

There are direct flights to Salta from Buenos Aires & Cordoba.

Salta | Argentina | South America

When
to Travel

Estancia Colome can be visited year-round. June to September is winter, & the weather is warm and dry during the day, but the temperature drops at night. The weather is hot during the summer between December & February. We’d recommend avoiding February & March, as these months experience the heaviest downpours.

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Winelands | Argentina | South America

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+44 (0)20 7993 6930

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+1 646 688 2317
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