A pale color showing 100% clarity.
The nose is quite pronounced showcasing citrus tones, green fruit as well as subtle stone fruit tones
The palate is light and approachable.
Pair with shellfish, oysters on the half shell or goats cheese.
The wine is 100% clear showcasing a vibrant cherry red color. The nose is pronounced, showcasing vibrant red fruited character such as strawberry and cherry. There are some subtle rose petal and baking spice aromas that come through after some aeration and warmth.
The palate emphasizes the vibrant acidity of the wine, along with red fruited flavors. The palate has a touch of sweetness to it, but leans towards more of a dry styled wine. The finish is clean while the body of the wine is light.
A wine that requires no long term ageing and will be a lovely sipper served cold in the spring and summer months.
Dark Ruby in appearance, with aromas of black cherry, black plum, black currant, mocha, coffee, with some smoky or meaty undertones.
The plate is medium bodied and is bone dry.
There is some additional flavors of toast and milk chocolate along with the aromas.
This wine may benefit from 1-3 years in the bottle.
A style of wine that is meant to be enjoyed young, either on it’s own or with smoked or spicy meats and hard cheeses.
A wine with good extraction, showing Ruby tones with hints of purple.
The nose is fairly pronounced with sour cherries, cranberry, and pomegranate notes with additional notes of earth, forest floor and potpourri.
The palate displays the typical acidity for which Norton is known, with flavors of bright red fruits. There is some tannic grip to the wine which helps soften the vibrant acidity, while the length is long. The oak is integrated nicely with subtle notes of charred oak, coffee and smoky meats.
A wine that has the ability to age for quite a few years due to the acidity. A wine that I would suggest chilling prior to opening, allowing the wine to breathe for an hour or two.
The wine is gold in color, 100% clear with no sediment. The nose is amplified and rich with primary tones of honey, beeswax, ripe mango and apricot. Secondarily you get a touch of spiciness and floral components.
The palate is weighty and heavy without being cloying due to the elevated acidity of the wine. The oak is well integrated creating a wine that has balance and layers of flavors. The palate is sweet but again the acidity of the wine ensures this is not flabby, but rather racy and bright.
The finish is long and length without any bitterness or astringency.
A wine that I would serve extremely cold, paired with cheeses or desserts.