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Pingus

One of the most sought-after and well-known wines in the world

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Pingus 2020

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Red wine Aged in wood.
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Red wine Aged in wood.
Alcohol: 15.50%
Designation: D.O. Ribera del Duero
Volume: 75 cl.
Production area: Spain Castilla y León
Contains sulphites
Varieties: 100% Tempranillo
Red wine Aged in wood.

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Alcohol
15.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
14.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
14.00%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
14.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
14.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
Magnum
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
14.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
15.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
75 cl.
Contains sulphites
Alcohol
14.50%
Production area
Designation
Varieties
100% Tempranillo
Volume
Magnum
Contains sulphites
Dominio de Pingus is Peter Sisseck, and Peter Sisseck is Pingus, a red wine that is worship object, and one of the most sought, desired, envied and coveted wines of the planet. This is his personal project, which began with an extension of vineyards of five hectares in four plots, Tinto Fino vineyards of more than half a century, and a small winery with 150 barrels for ageing. Here, microvinification, meticulousness and craftsmanship prevail. Pingus was the first "garage wine" that was made in our country. It also became the most expensive wine of Spain overnight.