wealth of aromas including roses, lilies, spicy flowers, dried herbs and ripe exotic fruits such as
lytchee, mango and passion fruit


rich in body and extract with finely
spiced juiciness

Growing Conditions

a selection of vineyards with southwest exposure on some of the steepest terraces
in the region at 300-500 meters above sea level. The soil is composed of calciferous loam with
gravel. The climate is characterised by an extreme interplay of sunny days influenced by the
Mediterranean climate and cool nights marked by the cold downslope winds from the sur-
rounding mountains.


Mid September - beginning October


The grapes are harvested by hand in small bins and gently pressed after a short
period of maceration. Fermentation takes place at controlled temperature (18° C) in small
steel tanks, where the wine matures without malolactic fermentation.


Stainless steel tank for at least 4 months


intensively shining golden yellow colour

Food Pairing

Selida pairs wonderfully with food, especially fish appetisers, cured pork (speck
or lardo), soft ripened cheese, white meat, swordfish or seafood; exciting as an accompani-
ment to spicy dishes of the oriental cuisine and spicy, aromatic creations like lemon-marinated