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 93 points saying "The unoaked 2015 Auténtico Malbec is a homage to the Colomé of yesteryear produced by the Dávalos family, the previous owners of Colomé. It's sourced from old Malbec vines, fermented with indigenous yeasts and matured for some ten months in vat, including malolactic. Mr. Dávalos hates oak and never allowed any barrique in his cellar, and this wine is a tribute to his work. They are also harvesting a little earlier, looking for freshness. This is juicy and floral, with good ripeness and soft tannins with a soft texture and very good balance. This is a blend of fruit from older parral vineyards and some higher altitude vines planted at El Arenal at some 2,600 meters. They have now identified which vineyards work better for this wine, which shows the naked character of the place without the possibility to use any makeup. Authentic! 48,000 bottles produced."