Great balance of the 'basic' Benro qualities (smoke, wood & fruit - which I find superbly balanced to begin with) plus the elegance of the wine finish, which is never intrusive or 'winey'. I just keep sipping it and trying to fathom it, always savoring. The 45 a.b.v. is also spot on: graceful strength of character.
It seems to me that w/ Benromach you already get the best of both worlds: Speyside and Island/Campbeltown character; and w/ this one you get a lovely cask finish on top. I picked it up at whiskysite.nl for less than 40 euros, and, like nearly all their special offers, this is a real steal.
Gordon & MacP (who own Benro) really know their stuff and here, as far as I can tell, they're in full control.