An independent "winey" profile with highs and little depths.
With he likes.
A very slight alcohol bite is the first thing on the nose, but really minimal and with a little time it flies completely. Otherwise, the first thing to hold back is the nose. Extremely dense and rich but reserved. It sounds like a contradiction at first, I know, but that's the way it is.
Next comes a slightly sour / winey fruitiness that is not out of place at all.
Very interesting and far from being fully explored.
For all of you who have read so far: now it's getting classic:
Very nice sherry ripening with everything that goes with it. Old leather, tobacco, raisins, plums, a nice pinch of spice and the oak hilt gently follows and pushes in beautifully.
Over time, the alcohol comes back. That is the only point of criticism.
The start is very gentle but not lax. He sweetly dresses the mouth area before the malt becomes more spicy with every second. Sweetness, fruit and spice hold the balance. Very pleasant
Everything is backed by a very pleasant carpet of wood and the tannins from it.
Again I have the sticking point from my nose: the alcohol is coming again.
While we're whining: it's a little one-dimensional, but by no means boring.
The finish is not too long and very harmonious. Here suddenly cherries come and it is fresh again.
Coffee plays a role again, but more milk coffee.