17 Nov 2011
Sisseck, farmer, analyst, and of St-Émilion
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...