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Red wines from Ribera del Duero

 TAGS: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.


Halloween With Wine

HalloweenHalloween is a magical night of witches, goblins and mysteries. The night in which all beings in the shadows come out to celebrate their day, and in which anything can happen. In Spain, where celebrating Halloween is becoming a tradition, following the American way, something terrible has happened related to Halloween that can bring this event towards a chaos.

Point 0 of this mystery is the Spanish winery Protos. There are rumors that in these cellars lies a mystery, although nobody knows for sure what, or the exact point. The mystery will only be revealed today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, and only to those interested people who gather at the wine cellars gate on sunset.

For an hour and a half, fearless visitors will tour the cellars, trying to clarify the mystery in them, through the bowels of the cellar. At the exit, the survivors will be treated to a tasting for their courage and guts.

But of course, to join the adventure you must be an adult and pay 12 Euros entry. You can get all the information at: or by calling (+34) 659 843 46