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April 29th, 2013

The wine world has these things. Peter Sisseck, Danish winemaker that has revolutionized the world of wine, whose Pingus has been placed among the best wines in the world, a persecuted cult object, despite its price (up to 1,500 euros per bottle in vintages as of 1995), by the whole world are wants to pay a tribute to the traditional elaborations of the Ribera del Duero in your next project.But not only that. The plan that has been designed is completely green in all its aspects and includes, alongside the production of wine, the development of vegetable gardens, fruit trees and plantations until management and livestock that will get the trash that will generate compost for the vineyards to pay. All ecological. The central axis of this complex is the winery, whose dependencies will occupy several buildings that added 3,000 square meters and which is designed to vinify around 300,000 litres of a wine conceived the old-fashioned, or at least that is the intent of Sisseck. The preparation room consists of large deposits of concrete and wood and the use of oak barrels will be exceptional.

It will have them but they will be old, indicates the winemaker, who had already produced the first vintage of this wine whose name is committed to waiting for your final approval and whose label will include an old and slender vine, with its included roots, as the only visual element in the image of the new wine, bottled in Burgundian bottle in 2007. The work will begin in March 2010 and is expected to be completely finished in 2014. It is, in the words of his promoter, make a winery not very big, with a wine’s quality and a reasonable price that we work with grapes from the Ribera del Duero; that not all Peter wines are expensive. One of the fundamental reasons which has led him to promote this new Winery is the loss of the main assets of the Ribera del Duero: old vines which, although very named all wine projects, is rather scarce.


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