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PSI 2019

PSI

2019
92-93
PARKER
94
PEÑÍN
94
SUCKLING

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Spec sheet

TypeRed Wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.0%
Production- / bottles

The wine

PSI is Peter Sisseck's most recent project and one where his intention has been to bring out a fresher, fruit-foremost wine profile, that is to say, without the concentration that characterises his coveted Flor de Pingus and Pingus. This wine comes much closer to the actual fruit juices, especially red fruits such as strawberries and raspberries, yet cranberries are there too. A juicy wine, intense on the palate, with spicy notes and very subtle hints of oak-ageing, delicious and refreshing.

PSI is made using grapes sourced from vine-growers with whom the winery has strict working agreements, from balanced vineyards, planted with bush vines on soils that are different in composition and averaging 30 years old in age. Maceration takes place in concrete tanks in order to obtain the maximum possible from the fruit aromas; and ageing occurs in concrete tanks, in large oak vats and in not-new barrels.

Opening the bottle half an hour before serving is recommended.

Drinking and storing

Serve between 15ºC and 17ºC

Food pairing

Sirloin steak, Meats cooked on hot stone, Small game

Ratings and awards

201992-93 PK94 PN94 SK
201893 DC94+ PK94 PN95 SK
201716.5 JR94 SK
201617 JR93 PK93 PN94 SK
201591+ PK93 PN94 SK
201492 PK93 PN94 SK
JR: Jancis robinsonDC: DecanterPK: ParkerPN: PeñínSK: Suckling

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker and Jancis Robinson

The unbottled sample of the 2019 PSI—which should be bottled around June 2021 if all goes well—is slightly riper than the 2018 I tasted next to it, reflecting the warmer condition of the year. Starting in 2019, they have been working 50 hectares of the vineyards themselves, as they have rented them, with the idea to reach perhaps 100 hectares, half of those used, worked by themselves. This is marginally riper than the 2018, with a darker color, a little more ripeness and tannins with very tasty flavors, more immediate. It still has some months to go to polish the edges, but this is juicier and a little rounder. Yields were a little lower (hence more concentrated), so they expect to produce around 345,000 bottles.

— Luis Gutiérrez (30/06/2021)Robert Parker Wine Advocate Vintage 2019 - 92-93 PARKER

Deep crimson. Sweet fruit that does slightly recall the C&B Côtes-du-Rhône(!) but with more undertow. There's the spice of high-elevation Ribera and an impressively persistent, vibrant, dry finish. Pretty persistent. Pretty grainy. Fun – especially if viewed as a lively alternative to the much, much more expensive other wines from Sisseck.

— Jancis Robinson (17/07/2020)JancisRobinson.com Vintage 2017 - 16.5 JANCIS ROBINSON

Customer reviews

4.6/5
52 reviews

Vineyards

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The winery

Dominio de Pingus

Dominio de Pingus

Peter Sisseck is Pingus. An agronomist and oenologist who was born in Copenhagen in 1962, he studied at the University of Bordeaux and worked for several years at some important wineries in the region. Together with his uncle, Peter-Vinding-Diers, he established what came to be known as Bordeaux's 'new wave' white wines. He has worked in California, and currently operates in Spain as oenologist and adviser to Hacienda Monasterio and in Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux, with the project...

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