Sedella Vinos, Axarquía Spain

Sedella Vino

We raise native grapes varieties through organic and natural agriculture.

Sedella Vinos Axarquía, Spain

Sedella Vino

We raise native grapes varieties through organic and natural agriculture.

Sedella Vino

Grape varieties: Romé Tinta, Garnacha Tinta, Jaen Tinta and other local grapes.
Ageing: 1 year in an old barrel
Area: Axarquía, Malaga (Spain)

Certified Organic

TASTING NOTES
Mediterranean forest, gooseberry, blackberry, orange peel, honeycomb, clove, smoky, vanilla, and toasted
WINE PAIRING
Cured sheep or goat cheese, baked turbot with dried fruit, roast suckling lamb

Made in spain

Cheese

We raise native grapes varieties…

…through organic and natural agriculture in the Axarquia region in the province of Malaga. We also organize social activities in the vineyard and winery, which promote the region through sustainable development of small-scale farming practices.
We love what we do, and we like to show it through our wines.

 

 

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