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The Caiquén is a wild goose from Patagonia that flies across The Andes between Argentina and Chile. By embarking on this cross-border flight the Caiquén takes up a major challenge. Like the Caiquen, the foundader crossed Argentina to find the good vines. And that the point, Kaiken Malbec 2016 a fine example of the Mendoza terroir. A juicy and enveloping; with a long, persistent finish.
Elaboration of Kaiken Malbec 2016
Kaiken Malbec 2016 (Malbec)
TASTING NOTES OF 2016 Kaiken Malbec:
- View: Deep red violet dye.
- Nose: snuff leaves, thyme, leather, red currants, raspberries dried.
- Mouth: good acidity, delicious tannins, some bitter, but quite delcioos, chalky minerality and good aftertaste sandalwood and dried red fruits.
PAIRING: Red meats, lamb and poultry.
How to serve
Reviews of Kaiken Malbec 2016
The border colour was almost brown. Aromas of oak. Powerful taste of wild berries.
Malbec Kaiken 2017
The red and violet edges were visible for me. Deep scent, like coffee. Quite light, but was ok for my taste.
Montes Kaiken Malbec 2013
For the meal we had, this wasn't the proper wine.
Only the 2012 is worth.