Kaiken Malbec 2007

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Natalie's Review

Kaiken Malbec 2007, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina: Vintages Wine Panel: Owned by the Chilean winery, Montes, Kaiken (pronounced Kay-ken) is named for a wild goose that flies a migratory pattern between Chile and Argentina (thus the winery’s slogan, “The Best From Both Sides of the Andes”). This bold Malbec features attractive aromas of blueberry, black raspberry, spice box, chocolate and sandalwood. It’s dry, medium-bodied with fresh fruit flavors balanced by decent acidity and ripe tannins. A fantastic value. My note: A thoroughly hedonistic wine with rich aromas of mulberry, blueberry, plum, fig and anise. A warm-hearted, full-bodied wine that’s perfect for casual gatherings. 58339 14% D 750 mL  $14.95 Score: 89/100. April 11, 2009  Full Review