Tempranillo, sun and chalky soils are the main ingredients in the Ribera del Duero wine. Red wines from this region seem custom-made by a tailor with magic hands and unique nose. The grapes selection and the wine aging do the rest to get some of the most expensive red wines in the world.
Pingus, a simple name for a wine which price goes over 1.000 euros. A masterful combination born of Valladolid soils and the wisdom and grace of a Dane, Peter Sisseck, who lives in Spain now, precisely in the middle of Ribera del Duero. This man, a lover of good wine like most Danes, and who has a vast wine culture forged in Bordeaux and in California, caused a stir when surprised Parker and start selling Spanish wine these exorbitant prices, as never happened before.