Bodegas Colome is the oldest working winery in Argentina, founded in 1831. This wine is a tribute to all the people who have worked this land over the many decades of the wineries existence. This 100% Malbec comes from the 90-year-old vines in the San Jose Vineyard. It is made in the traditional Argentinean way with no new oak, no added commercial yeasts, and it has been bottled without filtration, all in order to achieve the authentic expression of this unique terroir. The Wine Advocate scored it it 93 points saying "The 2014 Auténtico Malbec follows the style of the Colomé of yesteryear. Sourced from old Malbec vines, the wine fermented with indigenous yeasts, matured for some 11 months in vat and was bottled raw, without any oak. The nose is ripe and heady, with notes of cassis, blueberries, decayed violets, wild herbs, tea leaves and some spiciness, all from the landscape as there is no wood used in its production. It's very dark, purple-colored, with bright fruit from a wine that has had very little contact with air it and does not have the micro-oxygenation from the barrique. 2014 is ripe and juicy, it has the tannins and concentration of fruit to develop nicely in bottle. Great, pure, dare I say authentic Malbec giving honor to its name! It was put into 30,000 bottles in April 2015."