Tilia Bonarda 2011

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91 points Neal Martin (Wine Advocate): The 2011 Tilia Bonarda comes from the El Mirador vineyard in east Mendoza and sees light oak aging for six to nine months. It has a pure, floral bouquet with dark cherries and cassis aromas that are well-defined and pure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins and very good weight. There is an underlying minerality here, a sense of symmetry that is very satisfying. Light on its feet and pretty on the saline-tinged finish, this is a superb Bonarda. Drink now-2016.

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Snooth User: EMark
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2.50 5
11/15/2012

Nice dark color i the glass. Woody nose with some volatiles. Very fruity--cherries, strawberries--on the tip of the tongue. Not a very full-bodied wine. Probably best characterized as a "pop-n-pour" with no aging potential. A reasonably quaff, but nothing to brag about. US$8.99 at Wine Club.


External Reviews for Tilia Bonarda

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Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

The 2011 Tilia Bonarda comes from the El Mirador vineyard in east Mendoza and sees light oak aging for six to nine months. It has a pure, floral bouquet with dark cherries and cassis aromas that are well-defined and pure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins and very good weight. There is an underlying minerality here, a sense of symmetry that is very satisfying. Light on its feet and pretty on the saline-tinged finish, this is a superb Bonarda. Drink nowandndash;2016.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
12/04/2012

A plump, juicy red, with enough spicy plum and black cherry notes to carry earth and spice undertones. Drink now.


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Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
03/27/2013

The 2011 Tilia Bonarda comes from the El Mirador vineyard in east Mendoza and sees light oak aging for six to nine months. It has a pure, floral bouquet with dark cherries and cassis aromas that are well-defined and pure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins and very good weight. There is an underlying minerality here, a sense of symmetry that is very satisfying. Light on its feet and pretty on the saline-tinged finish, this is a superb Bonarda. Drink now–2016.



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91 points Neal Martin (Wine Advocate): The 2011 Tilia Bonarda comes from the El Mirador vineyard in east Mendoza and sees light oak aging for six to nine months. It has a pure, floral bouquet with dark cherries and cassis aromas that are well-defined and pure. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins and very good weight. There is an underlying minerality here, a sense of symmetry that is very satisfying. Light on its feet and pretty on the saline-tinged finish, this is a superb Bonarda. Drink now-2016.

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