Sierras de Malaga

Sedella, a tiny town located in the Sierras de Malaga, has a population of only 400 people. It is not well known for its wines as most of the wine has been for local consumption throughout history. However, its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea and the Natural Park of Sierras de Tejeda, Alhama and Almijara and the recovered Romé and Grenache red all come together to create an amazing and fascinating terroir that enhances the character and personality of these great wines.