The winery was built in 1920 in the district of Vistalba, Mendoza by Italo Calise and acquired by Kaiken in 2007.
Today the capacity is of almost 7 million liters distributed in small vats from 12,000 to 13,000 liters, which allow limited productions to be individually vinified, thus maintaining its high quality. On the other hand the winery counts with 100,000 liter tanks for long time cellaring.
The winery is highly functional having all the quality standards required by current oenological practices, allowing the flow of wine in the cellar to be handled both gravitationally or using traditional pumps.
In general all concrete tanks allow a very efficient use of energy at the time of controlling the temperature of the wines during its vinification.
Kaiken currently owns three vineyards of the highest quality in different terroirs that allow us to self-produce fifty percent of our grapes.
Before the grapes arrive at the winery we use the best practices to ensure that the fruit of each terroir reaches its maximum potential maximizing the quality of our wines.
Once the wine is ready, most of the production continues in the barrel room, counting with 1,524 barrels for aging our Kaiken wines.
Kaiken Estate Malbec 2017
The youth of our Malbec Estate 2017 can be appreciated in its vivid purplish red color. Red fruit aromas like plum and blackberries supplement notes of chocolate and tobacco. In the palate, this wine reveals an extraordinary freshness and soft tannins. more
in mixed case $9.44
Kaiken Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
It brings notes of ripe plums to the nose, along with subtle spicy hints and black olives. The wood integrates itself harmoniously, contributing a touch of bitter chocolate and vanilla. In the mouth it is well rounded, with a typical aftertaste and long finish. A memorable wine. more
in mixed case $9.26
All sizes are 750mL unless otherwise noted.
Vintages and ratings subject to change at any time.
All pricing and availability subject to change.