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Psi Peter Sisseck 75cl 2016
Deze wijn wordt binnen 2 werkdagen geleverd
Nog 9 flessen beschikbaar
88% Tinta del Pais (Tempranillo), 12% Garnacha tinta.
EEN TOPWIJN UIT RIBERA DEL DUERO MET DE HANDTEKENING VAN PETER SISSECK
Complexe evenwichtige wijn. Rijp zwart fruit, een vleugje kruiden, mineralen, ronde tannines en een lange, volle afdronk.
Goede combinatie met rood vlees, wild, harde kazen en jamón.
Op dronk, maar kan zich tenminste tot 2021 nog verder ontwikkelen.
The entry-level 2016 PSI was also tasted before it was bottled the last time I covered the Duero zone, so I had it again, this time in bottle and next to the also-bottled 2017 and a sample of the 2018. This really reminded me of the style of the old-time Ribera del Duero, classical, with some aromas of orange peel, wild herbs and berries. They used grapes from 22 villages from Ribera to showcase the style of this zone—wines with character, nicely integrated oak (they use old vines with some 10% to 12% Garnacha, and the wine matures in oak vats rather than barrique) and a gentle texture with the tannic structure of the zone. This is delicious and really represents the naked charact
I had a calm and slow tasting of three vintages of the three wines produced by Peter Sisseck, giving the wines time in the glass to open up and express themselves. 2016, 2017 and 2018 are very different vintages. 2016 saw a good crop with lots of freshness, and the wines have great precision and elegance. 2017 was a dry and warm year marked by frost that made them lose between 25% and 40% of their grapes (they could buy other grapes to compensate the volume of PSI). And 2018 was a year with good rains in the winter, a classical year with high yields (the effect of the frost) and a warm summer that resulted in a very good year. The question is still up in the air if 2018 has the magic of a year like 2016 or not, but it's closer in style to 2016.
Luis Gutiérrez dec 2019