Hess Buys Second Argentina Winery

James Molesworth
Issue: December 31, 2010

Donald Hess, owner of Bodega Colomé, has acquired another property in northern Argentina, his second in the country and seventh worldwide. Hess is adding Bodegas Muñoz to his portfolio. The facility, purchased from the Muñoz family, is in the town of Cafayate, in the province of Salta, two hours' drive south of Colomé. It will be renamed and used to produce Colomé's growing Amalaya label Wine Spectator senior editor James Moleworth explains.

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