Everybody knows that there are few things that taste better than grapes with cheese (which taste like kiss). But one of those things is wine, because when it accompanies cheese is simply such a great combination that can beat even chocolate.
Spring is here! long live the wine! Yes, yes, do not look so surprised and let me explain you what I mean because I am sure you are going to understand it at first and I bet you that you will start feeling exactly the same way I do regarding this season... Once the last weekend of March is over, all I see reminds me of wine (in all its varieties, what I am going to hide it for?).
Ribera del Duero wines usually do not disappoint and you also can find some very good, or excellent, affordable to almost all budgets. But if you want to give yourself a treat you can also find here some of the most expensive wines of Spain.
This wine region is preferred among others by the younger generation that, after some years of absence returns to imbibe of wine culture... and of course to drink wine. Beer and spirits go getting aside. Wine rules.
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.