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The Tilia or Tilo tree, their wine label’s namesake, produces leaves that are made into a calming tea which is traditionally drunk after lunch or dinner, to facilitate an afternoon siesta or bedtime.
The labels are tasteful and sport their sustainability efforts and certification — and I think all of this combines to make them an attractive entry-level brand to a wide audience. After all these years, it’s refreshing to see Tilia still delivering.
Wineries devoted to sustainability are becoming the rule, not the exception. Tilia wines of Argentina’s Mendoza Valley is “rooted in a deep connection with the surrounding natural environment and the stages of life in the vineyard, interrupted without fail by the family weekend gathering for asado, our name for barbecue.”
Created by design and branding company Stranger & Stranger, Tilia’s repackaging showcases its focus on sustainability, and includes a Malbec, Malbec-Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Bonarda, Chardonnay, and Torrontés.
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Sustainable Living is both TILIA’s mission and an invitation to learn more about how we can all protect our ecosystems, care for our people, and maintain traditions throughout the world. TILIA Wines are a testament that sustainability is not a fad, but a genuine way of life.