Back then I got the middle bottle + sample. At some point I'll put it blindly at a regulars' table as a starter, but unfortunately nothing that I would pour myself in front of the television to enjoy in the evening.
A fresh and young sherry nose, full sherry aroma, raisins, creamy, chocolate, peppermint lies above it, clears your nose a bit, a hint of glue, and overall still quite edgy if you just let yourself go and the light missing notes don't too much attention, then it fulfills exactly what you expect, frontal sherry
after the first sip, what I only had as glue, then to interpret it more in the direction of furniture polish and wood, to get some oak, either very (too?) small barrels were used for the ripening or it is older than thought, I tend to the former because it still has young features
hmm different than expected, quite woody, tart, not even so sweet, clearly sherry, raisins, dark chocolate, but not the easy-to-enjoy palate that I would have expected, salt, in between, a little sweetness and creaminess are set against each other the wood, but not for too long
still tart, oak, salt on the palate, bitten grape skin, dark chocolate, some ground coffee, nuts, medium length