Price:  £89.00 £66.00 | Case Rate: £66.00
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Bodega Norton - Gernot Langes 2015


  • Country: Argentina
  • Wine Region: Mendoza
  • Wine Area: Lujan de Cuyo
  • Grape: Malbec
  • Alcohol Percentage: 14.5%
  • Unit Quantity (ml): 750
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93 Vinous, Stephen Tanzer
(7/2018) "(14.4% alcohol - the yield here was reportedly just 2.5 tons per acre - aged for 18 months in new French oak): Bright medium ruby. Sappy scents of blackberry, black raspberry, plum, licorice, flowers and herbs. Tactile, savory, concentrated wine with dark fruit flavors accented by violet and licorice high notes. Finishes with remarkably sweet, ripe, Malbec-dominated tannins and terrific length. Showing a bit of development, and thus not as relentlessly primary as this winery's 2016 Lote Negro blend. But this wine should continue to evolve gracefully in bottle. Drinking Window: 2019 - 2026."

Wine tasting notes

Deep red colour with hints of purple. Great depth on the nose, with dark, brooding aromas of toast, mocha and rich black fruit. The palate is dense and opulent, with impressive concentration of fruit and yet a deftly woven structure, leading to spicy complexity on the finish

Winery Information

Bodega Norton

The Norton winery was founded in 1885 when Edmund James Palmer Norton arrived in Mendoza during the building of the first railway that linked it with Chile. Impressed by the terroir, he planted some vines imported from France and started Argentina's first winery south of the Mendoza river. Just over 100 years later, Austrian businessman Gernot Langes-Swarovski acquired the winery, convinced by the Argentina's potential as a source of quality wines around the world. Impressed by the beauty of.. read more

Vinification Notes

As Bodega Norton´s icon wine, Gernot Langes was named after its owner Gernot Langes Swarovski. This wine is made from a careful selection of the finest Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes, picked from Bodega Norton’s oldest vineyards. The unique blend is aged in French oak barrels for 16 months and then in bottle for another 14 month