Notes from a blind tasting.
Full sherry board directly after pouring, some smoke, slightly fermented fruit, a little sweat and unfortunately also sulfur. After some life not quite as sherry overpowered, but now ripe yellow fruits. In addition, dark, earthy notes, mineral. A light touch of disinfectant floats in the middle of the bouquet and becomes increasingly strong. Still sulfur, but not so obtrusive anymore.
Jo, there's a lot of sherry again. Sweet and heavy, very oily, initially a bit powerless, but then it comes with a time delay. Dark fir honey and tannins come to the back, in the end also a touch of menthol. Again, sulfur.
The finish is not overly long, the sweetness is gone relatively quickly, the bitterness stays a little longer, espresso, a touch of ash on the tongue.