2011 Tilia Torrontes

SKU #1137662 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2011 Tilia Torrontes is sourced from Cafayate in Salta and sees no oak aging. It has an attractive bouquet of yellow plum, dried flowers and grapefruit that is very well-defined. The palate is medium-bodied with light peach notes on the entry. It needs a little more tension, especially on the finish, but it is still endowed with lovely light apricot and buttery notes towards the finish. Fine. Drink now."  (10/2012)

89 points Wine & Spirits

 This is remarkable in its structure, a firm and steadfast presence from which all its tropical fruit flavors and floral scents emerge with grace. A serious torrontés for sardines.  (6/2013)

Wine Spectator

 Light, with an earthy undertone to the tangerine, melon and floral notes. (Web-2012)

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Staff Image By: Joe Manekin | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/6/2013 | Send Email
Torrontes is one of those grapes that makes unique, one-of-a-kind wines that are very easily identifiable, even by a novice. Ripe, rounded, yellow fruit flavors combine here with torrontes' typical fennel pollen aromatics to produce a lovely sipper, a white that is not particularly high in acidity but lovely and slightly floral, with juicy fruit that refreshes the palate and plays well on its own or with any South American inspired seafood dish. Ingredients that are typically tough on wine, such as herbs like tarragon and cilantro, and even dishes containing fresh fruit, often work particularly well with Torrontes. This is a versatile, delicious change of pace from other less aromatic summer whites.

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