Trip Planner: South America / Argentina / Northern Argentina / Province of Salta / Molinos / Museums / Estancia Colomé
Enjoy the distingished wine culture of Argentina in the desert mountains, Estancia Colomé will not disappoint offering premium wine tasting at moderate prices. You will need to travel about 25 km (16 mi) out from Milnos to reach the winery. Instantly picturesque views sourround the property with cacti sprinkled throughout the vineyard and rolling mountains in the background. The elevated location causes the grapes to grow thicker skin and contain higher levels of colour and tannins. Don’t expect just to drink, the winery features a restaurant also. Plan to see Estancia Colomé and other attractions that appeal to you using our Molinos trip itinerary maker.
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This is the furthest I've ever driven to get to a single winery. We drove from Salta over to Cachi and then Molinos. You absolutely need to allow time for the drive across - it's spectacular scenery a... more »
Going to this place you are crossing impressive canyons with breathtaking views. Surrounded by vineyards this bodega and restaurant offers a good selection of wine and a small but delicious selection ... more »
We called in at Colome after reading good things about it, and the small fact it produces wine from the highest vineyards in the world! We'd driven down from Cafayate which was a long, but excellent d... more »
Ines Maria Peralta Aguero
One of the best places I've been. Definitely worth to visit. The James Turrel museum is amazing!! Haven't seen anything like it.
A paradise in the middle of nowhere. I was there to visit the awesome James Turrell Museum. It's a museum of light where visitors walk in small groups of max 12 persons through several rooms with terrific light installations. In some of these rooms you will lose your orientation and get stoned just by light. It is usually necessary to register on their website for visiting the museum. But sometimes (as in my case) when there are a few interested visitors without registration the staff will do an extra tour through the museum. There is no entry fee. On the way to the museum you will pass about 20 different kinds of grapes. You can taste them for free until your stomach hurts. The bodega offers many good vines, an expensive restaurant and a free tour through their production facilities. Despite it's far away from the civilisation there is even free and quite fast WiFi available! If you are already in Molinos leave the town immediately (it's not worth a visit) and drive the 20km (unpaved with a lot of stones and sand) to Colomé. There is no road listed on Google Maps, but I can assure you there's a way. Just follow the signs or ask the locals. Be aware that the museum opens only at 14:00.
Very out of the way, it's about a 50km detour round trip from the Ruta 40 on a relatively poor road .. But very nice food in a lovely vineyard setting.
Gabriela MuñizAn amazing place, the oldest Winery in Salta, dates back to 1800, had lunch there, with a "mysterious" (white), incredible pies, so how the food, a fabulous venture, but our astonishment was overcome with the Hess Museum, where the owner and philanthropist, mounted an exhibition of James Turrel, belongs to the Hess Art Collection, the whole place enhances the senses. It is wonderful that a foreigner, has decided to go and show you Argentina its full potential.
Harro mobileBeautiful location, fine wines and simple but tasty lunches. Came there without a reservation, but could after a short 15-minute film about the wines on the terrace for lunch. The road going there is unpaved and messy, but the views make it worth it.
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