Peter Sisseck and his winery, Dominio de Pingus should need little if any introduction to those who know Spanish wines. An enologist by study, he found his way to Ribera del Duero, encountered some fine, old-vine Tempranillo, made it into excellent wine, and the rest is well, history. There are of course many finer points to the story but the real crux of it is that his wine, Pingus, became one of the earliest “cult wines” there was, but this was not at all what Peter was aiming for. He […]

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