Tierra Divina's ancient vineyards lie high on the slopes of the Andes in the Luján and Valle de Uco regions of Mendoza and produce deep and dark, spicy and aromatic wines that are full-bodied with ripe, juicy, black fruit flavors, and inviting, complex textures.
When the time comes to choose a dinner wine, it's got to be Malbec. Here's why: Malbec has softer tannins compared to some of its red counterparts, like Cabernet Sauvignon, which means Malbec goes well with lean cuts of meat like flank, sirloin and skirt steak. Enjoy as the Argentines do, with pizza, pastas, and simply grilled meats.
Dairy Asiago, Cheddar, Hard Cheese, Manchego, Parmesan, Pecorino Cheese
Meat Beef, Lamb, Red Meat, Venison
Herbs Black Pepper