About the Vineyard
Tilia is named after the tree commonly found in Argentina’s wine country. For years, vineyard workers have used the flowers of the Tilia to make an herbal tea for enjoyment after a hard day’swork. The name Tilia was chosen in honor of this Argentinean tradition.
Aromas of black cherries and plums are accompanied by notes of violets and vanilla. On the palate the wine is rich and full-bodied with flavors of juicy blackberries, cranberries, and black currants abound, followed by notes of vanilla and sweet spice.
Pair this Malbec with a meat dish that mirrors its tangy berry flavors like cranberry pot roast or roast duck with sour cherry sauce.