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Along 2,900 miles of sweeping Chilean coastline, Calina’s vineyards are planted on rolling foothills in the shadow of the soaring Andes Mountains. In this starkly beautiful, extreme countryside, cold Pacific winds and cool mountain mist dictate the climate, vines struggle in the rocky soils, giving fruit of uncommon depth, concentration and character. This is winemaking on the edge, and you’ll taste the passion and adventurous spirit in every glass. Grapes from Valle de Casablanca and Valle Central are harvested to produce Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Carmenere, and Cabernet Sauvignon.