Hatten Wines is 100% Balinese owned by a prominent Sanur family.
In 1968, patriarch IB Oka Gotama started the company called Dewi Sri and also known as Brem Bali or Arak Bali, a company making rice wine – Brem and rice alcohol Arak. The winery and distillery is still in operation to this day and produce a professional version of the local drinks.
Hatten Wines was established in 1994 and started with the fresh Rosé wine which the company is now famous for. The choice seemed sensible, having the warm summery climate Bali has, Hatten Wines was introducing the perfect chilled wine for its Restaurant and Hotel clients.
Since the company’s aim is to produce quality wines that are suited for both the tropical climate and the spicy and delicious food of Indonesia. With the help of a French winemaker and a team of dedicated salespeople, Hatten Wines grew bigger year by year after introducing a traditional méthode champenoise Sparkling Rosé.
In the year 2001, after celebrating its 100th vintage of the Rosé, Hatten Wines slowly introduced a white wine and a white brut méthode champenoise sparkling, a light red wine, and a fortified wine inspired by the Pineau des Charentes method.