ILHA (aka "Island") is the first trilogy of still wines from Madeira, all made with the Tinta Negra grape.

Introduced in the 18th century, about 70% of the island’s Tinta Negra grape survived phylloxera, becoming one of the most historic and emblematic grapes of Madeira Island, particularly in Sao Vicente, where the winemaker, Diana Silva, worked with small farmers to cultivate the grapes she needed for this project.

The first trilogy of this grape represents Diana’s (Madeira's youngest winemaker) passion for her roots, the island, and its indigenous grape varietals, giving lovers of wine a unique opportunity to experience Madeira in a very different light.