Sisseck, farmer, analyst, and of St-Émilion
17 Nov 2011 by Luis Gutiérrez
This is the second part of Luis Gutiérrez' report from the maker of Spain's most famous modern red, Pingus. See here for part 1. The 2007 vintage saw a new project and wine, PSI, not really an acronym for Peter Sisseck, but the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet. In fact the wine is called Ψ PSI, and it is a wine that retails for around €25-30. Pingus sells for €600, and Flor for around €75, so that's quite a change. When I asked him about the number of bottles, he explained that 'production figures for the 2009 vintage were 6,600 bottles of Pingus, 75,000 of Flor de Pingus and 200,000 of PSI, with the plan to...

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