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Dominio de Pingus, Pingus | Ribera del Duero


Dominio de Pingus "Pingus"

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: $600.00

 

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Wine Style: Red Still Wine

Winemaker's Notes:

Grape Varietal: 100% Tempranillo

Deep purple in color, it sports a splendid aromatic array of smoke, mineral, Asian spices, incense, lavender, and black cherry. On the palate it exhibits outstanding volume, intense fruit, power combined with elegance, and a long, smooth finish. It is a complete, virtually seamless wine that might one day achieve perfection. Give it at least 5-7 years of cellaring. Dominio de Pingus is located in the La Horra region of Ribera del Duero. Owner/winemaker, Peter Sisseck, an oenologist originally from Denmark, started the estate in 1995. The first vintage of Pingus was in 1995. The estate has been biodynamically farmed since 2000 and, according to Sisseck, has never been treated with fertilizer or pesticides. The Pingus vines are all at least 65 years of age and yields are typically under 1 ton per acre. The wines, made from 100% Tempranillo, are bottled without fining or filtration.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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