A very heavy, dark, tart sherry bomb. Leather, tobacco, a little oily. Tart, almost dirty? Earth, he boiled down wine. Almost nothing sweet is found. Musty old wood and some balsamic vinegar.
Slightly sweeter, but dominated by extreme sherry and here also clear sulfur. Furthermore, a lot of old wood, a lot of tobacco and always the sulfur layer. Tart, bitter, now almost no sweet aromas. Cinnamon and orange are added, and rum and raisins. The alcohol is very well integrated, so I would blindly guess an older bottling. But it's too much wood and sulfur for me.
Also very bitter and tart, a lot of sulfur, and further the aromas from the taste.
Not my favorite way of sherry painting, too heavy, too much wood and too much sulfur for me today.
N-85, T-82, F-82 for a moderate 83 points.