Berchidda lies on the southern slopes of the Limbara massif, the true geographical centre of the mountainous Gallura area. The village’s territory abounds with woods and forests like the one near the River Seleme, but also with cultivated fields and especially vineyards. The famous “Vermentino di Gallura” wine is produced here and is the only Sardinian wine which can boast the Docg trademark (Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin). It is not by chance that Berchidda is home to the “Wine Museum – The Sardinian Regional Wine Cellar”, which with its modern layout traces the interesting history of viticulture, exhibiting a series of objects that are used for working the grapes and producing the wine, including a number of granite tanks which are still used in the Gallura area and are very similar to ones found in the nuraghi. There is also a chance to learn about wine-tasting with all the rules supplied by a virtual sommelier in an interactive lesson. Among all the other traditional food and wine products of Berchidda, it is impossible to forget the “sospiri”, traditional sweets made with almonds, produced by a local firm in the innovative myrtle, orange and chocolate flavours, and then the "suppa cuatta", a typical dish from the Gallura area made with bread, fresh cheese, broth and mature “pecorino” cheese.