Notes from a blind tasting.
Smokey quince bread with plum jam immediately after pouring. After a few minutes of dense, buttery sherry, a lot of smoke is not there, but he is clearly present. Acts somehow nice and dirty. Behind the whole is a clearly sour note, which actually reminds me of Bismarckhering. That with the acid was only a short approach, it has now almost completely given way to a rich and almost ordinary sherry profile. When heated, beautiful roasted aromas develop.
Sweet and initially quite mild start, but then comes after vigorously. Dark fir honey and a few herbs make a rendezvous, behind comes a lot of oak. In the second sip I now have wild berries, an interesting development.
In the finish, it dries significantly and here it shows for the first time, that has gotten quite a lot of smoke, because it leaves a long time a lot of ash on the tongue.