Extremes exude excellence. Whether you are considering the extreme nature of Chile's diverse geography, or the adventurous spirit and character of the people who live there, Chile is one of the most extreme countries and stunning wine regions on earth. Calina wines celebrate this passion and adventure, fostering the moments where mere potential converts to true excellence.
Along 2,900 miles of sweeping Chilean coastline, our 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.
This is the valley with more hectares planted around the country, extends between the mountain ranges of the Andes and the coast along the valley.
This place started to be planted in the colonial times (XVI century), like other valleys, when the Spanish colonizers introduced strain Pais, therefore has an ancient tradition of cultivation.
These vineyards have mostly plantations in Carmenere strain to pass a plague just for a while with her.