Nice that you could excavate a sulfur-free sherry barrel in Scotland. Successful combination of sherry and HP, a bit uncouth perhaps.
Pure, sulfur-free sherry with walnuts and canned plums, flint and pebbles, scorched oak, hot ashes, cigarette smoke, wet leaves in autumn. With water: First more sherry, then brackish water and rotten wood. Burning plastic.
Flint stone and wet pebbles, moldy wood, hot, bitter smoke, distinctive sherry, yeast and fresh color. Medium volume, too intense alcohol. With water: rounder, more sherry, some resin.
Medium, dates and prunes, fine bitterness.