Tilia Malbec January 29, 2014Posted by Bacchus in : Wines , Email This Post , trackback
Tilia, the Latin name for Linden, is a traditional tree throughout the wine country of Mendoza, Argentina. The wines from Tilia are made with a unique combination of fruit sourced from the traditional Eastern Region and the dynamic Southern Region of Mendoza. 2011.
Buy Tilia Malbec 2011
The 2011 Tilia Malbec, once again from Eastern Mendoza and Uco Valley raised in oak for six to nine months; has an attractive, comparatively complex bouquet of blackberry, wild hedgerow, crushed stone and black pepper. The palate is medium-bodied with tense, edgy tannins on the entry that counterpoise the tight ball of blackberry, briary and minerals with style. It builds nicely in the mouth, leading to a firm, black olive-tinged finish that lightly grips the mouth. Excellent. Drink now-2018. -Rated 90, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate.
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