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Gernot Langes 2006

Grape variety: Malbec 70% - Cabernet Sauvignon 20% - Cabernet Franc 10%
Sight: Deep and dark.
Nose: Intense toast, mocha and black fruit aromas.
Mouth: The palate is full and thick, with soft tanins. Very complex and rich, with black ripe fruit and spicy flavors. Persistent and long finish.


Grape variety: Malbec 60% - Cabernet Sauvignon 28% - Merlot 12%
Sight: intense ruby red color
Nose: complex spices aromas and red fruit and on palate goog structure and sweet tannins
Mouth: long and harmonious finish


Grape variety: Malbec 80% - Cabernet Sauvignon 10% - Cabernet Franc 10%
Sight: intense ruby red color
Nose: ripe red fruit and spicy complex aromas
Mouth: velvety with mature and sweet tannins. Long and harmonious finish.

About us

Astonished by the terroir, in 1895, Edmund James Palmer Norton planted in Mendoza vines imported from France, giving birth to Norton winery in the south of the Mendoza River. In 1989, Austrian businessman Gernot Langes-Swarovski bought Norton after sensing the great potential of Argentina to influence the world scene. Impressed by the beauty of the area and the optimal conditions for growing grapes, he chose Norton because it was the only traditional winery surrounded by its own vineyards. In 1991, Gernot Langes-Swarovski's son, Michael Halstrick, began a new phase, aided by significant investments, modernization and growth, that would prepare the company for its great worldwide expansion.

During the 90's, Norton winery started exporting high-end wines, becoming one of the first wineries to develop export markets. Led by Michael Halstrick and his team, the winery experienced a strong international growth and positioned itself as one of the leading wine exporters in the country, reaching currently over 60 destinations.

Wine Enthusiast nominated Norton as the "Best New World Winery of the Year" in the 2011 edition of its competition "Wine Star Awards".