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The aim of the new Kaiken range is to expand the Malbec universe, so instead of showing flawless varietal character, the individuality of the Argentinian places of growth through the wines is sought. The transition is from power to elegance, from concentrated fruit to finer notes, from weight to freshness, from large production to small batches. The grapes are grown on young vines of virgin areas, 130 kilometres southwest of Mendoza, 1,250 meters above sea level. In order to show the joint values of the grapes and the landscape without any refraction, the most neutral processing method is carried out: the wines are fermented and aged in concrete tanks. The screw cap and the fairytale label with the funny wild goose do not prepare the consumer for what they’ll get – intense, precise, pure and natural wines that are rich in different notes, full of life and tempting details.
The aroma spectrum of Sur is closer to the lighter side, with red fruit also emerging, alongside the blackberries. However, the real excitement on the nose is caused by the thyme-like herbiness and aromas reminiscent of violets. It is characterised by a silkier texture and softer tannins than its
Chilean success in Argentina. The pioneer of Chilean quality winemaking, Viña Montes, started its Kaiken winery in neighbouring Argentina based on Malbec. Today, they work on three estates within the Mendoza wine region, their vineyards lie in the best regions, their wines focus on terroir.