Notes from a blind tasting.
In contrast to some of the others, I couldn't even perceive a hint of sulfur, the barrel was rather clean.
Sherry-fruity immediately after pouring, followed by mint, very ripe yellow fruits. After standing for a while, the acid content increases significantly, slight fermentation notes, and with a little movement sweet and full again. Warmth clearly intensifies the fruitiness.
Full and sweet in the beginning, honey, still fruit, slight tingling sharpness, quite dense mouthfeel. Slightly bitter notes towards the back. Significantly drier in the second sip, herbs, light grass, a good portion of white pepper, but the alcohol content seems to be rather low, no alcoholic sharpness.
Strong, noticeable warming up in the finish, where the bitter notes continue. The finish itself is medium in length.