Pingus PSI 2018Dominio de Pingus
As of 2018, the wine also includes Garnacha and a small proportion of white grapes, and the wine is becoming more elegant and finer. The best PSI in history according to Luis Gutiérrez. (RP94)
Pingus, Pingus Flower, Pingus PSI. In 2007, Peter Sisseck's vineyards were affected by hail and he need grapes to make Flor de Pingus. He realized that there were large vineyards in Ribera del Duero that went unnoticed, despite being old and producing high quality grapes. He signed agreements with its owners, promised to pay them well for the grapes in exchange for not abandoning the vineyard or planting a young vineyard, and PSI has been produced with them ever since. A small purchased grape Pingus. As of 2018, the wine also includes Garnacha and a small proportion of white grapes, and the wine is becoming more elegant and finer. The best PSI in history according to Luis Gutiérrez. (RP94)
- Vino Tinto
- ES-Castilla y León
- Dominio de Pingus
- 75 cl
- Denominación de Origen
- DO Ribera del Duero
- Tipo de Viticultura
- Tipo de Uva
- Tinto Fino
47350 Quintanilla de Onésimo, España
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