Malbec Punta de Vacas, Bodega Norton, Mendoza, Argentina 2020

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Bodega Norton, Mendoza, Argentina

Bodega Norton is a winery steeped in both history and prestige. Located at the foot of the Andes in Mendoza, it was founded in 1895 by engineer, Edmund James Palmer Norton, who established the vineyard by planting vines he imported from France.

Over 120 harvests later, the team have honed their skills to ensure they are completely in tune with their environment, extracting the very best they can from their unique terroirs. The team is now led by winemaker David Bonomi, recognised as one of “South America’s Top 10 Winemakers” by Decanter magazine; and one of the “Top 10 Young Argentinean Winemakers to Watch” by The Drinks Business magazine.

Punta de Vacas 2020

Displays a perfumed bright, floral nose of violets and bramble fruit followed by a rich, juicy palate of ripe plums and blackberry. The finish is long, with hints of liquorice and exotic spice.

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GM
31/05/2021
Gordon M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Give it a try, you won't regret it!

Excellent. Great on its own. Brilliant with a nice goat cheese!

GM
17/05/2021
Gordon M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Good value and a decent price!

I was extremely impressed by this wine which was new to me. A solid, dry red that can easily be enjoyed on its own are as an accompaniment to a good steak or even chicken. It works well with a goat's cheese too. Surely worth a try. You won't regret it!

RA
04/05/2021
Ray A.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Argentinian Malbec

Definitely a Wine for the Sunday roast, and the label alone makes it an ideal gift

DR
13/04/2021
Douglas R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
A Fruitly Little Number

A very fruity Malbec that I found very palatable. Reminded me of blueberries. Perhaps the ultimate honour is that my non Malbec drinking wife enjoyed it too!