Bodega Norton Torrontés Mendoza 2008
Very tart and crisp. Flavors of granny smith apples and pears. Pairing with baked lemon cod, bok choy and basmati rice.
A fragrant, aromatic pale gold with greenish tints- a perfect summer quaffer at a great price. It’s low in alcohol, dry, crisp, with enough acidity to be well-balance. The taste is much milder than the initial aromas would indicate. The palate has green apple, tangerine, and peach.
External Reviews for Bodega Norton Torrontés Mendoza
Golden yellow with greenish hues. fine aromas of flowers, roses and jasmine with a touch of white peaches. Perfectly balanced acidity round with an elegant finish.
Golden yellow with greenish notes. Fine rose and jasmine aromas. Well-balanced acidity, round and balanced with a delicate finish.
Food Pairings for Bodega Norton Torrontés Mendoza
Greenish yellow in color with tinges of golden. Very perfumed prevailing fruity and flowery aromas, such as white peach, roses and jasmine. Pleasant on the palate and well balanced.
Notes: 100 % in stainless steel tanks
|Alcohol: 13%||pH: 3.30|
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