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Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva 2010

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1779065
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Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva 2010 750ml

Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva

#51 wine Spectator Top 100 of 2012, 92 Points Wine Spectator :A deep red color with hints of purple, this Malbec is expressive on the nose with notes of ripe black fruits, violets, and tobacco. A ripe red, offering ample acidity to support the jammy kirsch, plum sauce and wild berry coulis notes that are framed by medium tannins, with the finish pumping out hints of smoke, spice box and graphite. Opaque purple and thick in the glass, this wine has inky, supercharged aromas of ripe blackberry and spice. It feels amped up but balanced, with more intensity and clarity than what most other $18 reds offer. The flavors of wild berry, mild herb and chocolate finish in a rich, toasty wrapping.

Edmund James Palmer Norton first set eyes on Mendoza countryside during the construction of a train line that joined Mendoza and Chile. Very impressed by the terroir, he founded Bodega Norton, south of the Mendoza River, with a plantation of vines imported from France.

The Austrian businessman Gernot Langes-Swarovski bought Bodega Norton after sensing the great potential of Argentina to influence the world scene. Struck by the beauty of the area and the optimal conditions for growing grapes, he chose Bodega Norton because it was the only traditional winery surrounded by its own vineyard.

Gernot Langes-Swarovski’s son, Michael Halstrick, initiated a new phase, aided by significant investments, modernization and growth, that would prepare them for their big international expansion. During the 90’s Bodega Norton started exporting high quality wines, becoming one of the first wineries to develop export markets.

Warren
2/1/14 12:51 PM JOINED 11/30/11
Excellent. Let it breathe for about 30 minutes. It mellows and is real tasty. In any case, the wine is really tasty and has a great aroma. WS rated 90 and best before 2018. Outstanding with chicken.
curiousthing
8/25/14 10:10 PM JOINED 8/1/14
This is a decent red at a great price. The previous review is right on the mark with their comments.

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Bodega Norton Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
#51 wine Spectator Top 100 of 2012, 92 Points Wine Spectator :A deep red color with hints of purple, this Malbec is expressive on the nose with notes of ripe black fruits, violets, and tobacco. A ripe red, offering ample acidity to support the jammy kirsch, plum sauce and wild berry coulis notes that are framed by medium tannins, with the finish pumping out hints of smoke, spice box and graphite. Opaque purple and thick in the glass, this wine has inky, supercharged aromas of ripe blackberry and spice. It feels amped up but balanced, with more intensity and clarity than what most other $18 reds offer. The flavors of wild berry, mild herb and chocolate finish in a rich, toasty wrapping.
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Technical Notes Edmund James Palmer Norton first set eyes on Mendoza countryside during the construction of a train line that joined Mendoza and Chile. Very impressed by the terroir, he founded Bodega Norton, south of the Mendoza River, with a plantation of vines imported from France.

The Austrian businessman Gernot Langes-Swarovski bought Bodega Norton after sensing the great potential of Argentina to influence the world scene. Struck by the beauty of the area and the optimal conditions for growing grapes, he chose Bodega Norton because it was the only traditional winery surrounded by its own vineyard.

Gernot Langes-Swarovski’s son, Michael Halstrick, initiated a new phase, aided by significant investments, modernization and growth, that would prepare them for their big international expansion. During the 90’s Bodega Norton started exporting high quality wines, becoming one of the first wineries to develop export markets.