“PSI” is a joint project based on fruit produced by local grape growers from old Tempranillo vines. The goal is to help grape producers and save old vines. The project was founded in 2006 with the first vintage in 2007. Grape growers are encouraged to employ biodynamic or organic vineyard management practices. The wine is made by Peter Sisseck and Pablo Rubio and is sold under producer name Bodegas y Viñedos Alnardo.
Deep plum-velvet, with a tight, bright rim, this exudes fresh primary fruit on the nose, as vibrant as unfermented must with red fruits, cranberry and plum all vying for dominance – pretty and lifted. The palate continues this refrain with well-concentrated, generous fruit, floral notes and hints of both citrus and spice, all underscored by hot stone minerals and ripe tannins. This combines accessibility and generosity with defined grip throughout, on to a persistent finish – rather impressive!
“Deep crimson. 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 MW (jancisrobinson.com).
Sutable for: Vegetarians
Alcohol content: 14%
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