Wine Advocate #212 Apr 2014 - Luis Gutierrez - The 2012 Tilia Malbec is produced with a mixture of grapes from eastern Mendoza and the Uco Valley. They try to harvest early to keep the freshness. The nose has aromas of dark cherries, and is somehow closed and backward, serious. It feels fresh, with maybe less ripeness than other Malbecs from this warm vintage, with notes of blood oranges. It is very tasty. This has a superb quality to price ratio. This is a wine to change the idea of heavy Malbecs that some people have. Drinkable now, but it should also be able to age. Drink 2014-2018.