The 2010 Calina Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from vineyards in the Valle Central in Chile. The Valle Central grape growing region is composed of 4 valleys that are situated between the Andes Mountains and the Chilean Coastal Mountain Range, the grapes were grown in the Maipo Valley, the Rapel Valley, the Curico Valley, but mostly from the Maule Valley. The grapes were grown in the Valle Central and the wine was produced in the Calina Winery in the Maule Valley, but was bottled in Santa Rosa, California. That is were Kendall-Jackson winery is located (KJ owns Calina), I guess it is more economical to ship wine in bulk liquid form than to ship bottled wine. The grapes were harvested by hand and the wine was aged in French and American oak barrels. This bottle has a list price of $10, but is often discounted (I found it for $8.99). The alcohol content is 13.5%.