The small vineyard, located in Sedella (Appellation d'Origine Sierras de Malaga), a nice small town of 400 people, has 2.5 hectares of vineyards rooted in historical steep slopes of slate. The vineyard’s altitude (2461 feet), its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea and the Natural Park of Sierras de Tejeda, Alhama and Almijara and the recovered Romé and Grenache red landraces are the triplet (climate-soil-plant) that enhance the character and personality of this great wine.

The cultivation of the hundred-year-old vines is executed in an artisan manner, using draft animals, Roman plows and ancient techniques. This important task is carried out by the experienced Antonio and Rafael, that have always pampered, despite the difficulties, these vines and land that they know as well as their own home. It is impressive to see them working, defying gravity, on slopes of 45% incline; however, their enthusiasm for the job well done, move them skillfully and safely through the slopes.

Sedella's Vineyard