Red wine produced with the fruit of a single vineyard planted in the 1940s with a mélange of local varieties, mostly Romé, but also Garnacha, Jaén, Montua and Moscatel Romano all from the D. O Sierras de Málaga.
All the varieties are hand-harvested together and co-fermented in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts, then transferred to egg-shaped cement vats and used French oak barriques for malolactic and 14-18 months of aged.
It looks, bright and clean , medium-high intensity. deep purple color with blue trim . colored , rich and dense tear .
Aromas reminiscent of the vineyard environment , with notes of peat, iodine , salt , Mediterranean , fresh and fruity with hints of mountain currant and blackberry, orange peel and honeycomb . Very complex and elegant. The light aromas from the wood reminiscent of smoke, with hints of spice (caraway and clove) and aniseed French oak. Light notes of toast and vanilla.
The palate shows character, some rusticity with dusty tannins and nice balance.Soft and velvety journey but full of sensations , without edges . Acidity balanced with alcohol so that the volume available is very large. Long finish with distinguished and elegant aftertaste. Retronasal appear again in the fresh notes of Mediterranean forest .
All the freshness of the Mediterranean in a unique wine that has been produced using ancient techniques of cultivation, as the Roman plow. This is a limited edition that is made in the Axarquia with Romé red variety as the protagonist, a bluish grape that gives wines of great structure and silky .
The influential and prestigious critical Jancis Robinson was seduced by which we consider one of our top picks and included it in its exclusive wine category discovery. In addition , Robert Parker made this wine the quiet Andalusian highest rated red.
Founded in 2006 , Sedella Wines S.L. It is the personal wine project of Lauren Rosillo , young and innovative winemaker who produces premium wines in various Spanish areas such as La Rioja , Rueda , La Mancha or Guipuzcoa , and chose the Axarquia to develop their formula for success in winemaking : terroir + Technical + Work (TTT) .