It definitely needs water and time, at the first tasting I would have given around 88 points, after a few "tries" it is now a good 90.
First dried cranberries, then strong notes of sherry, at the same time fresh, mineral and "light". You absolutely do not notice the 67.9% in the nose.
With a little time you can add crispbread, some leather and fresh herbs.
The sweetness decreases slightly with water, we are now in a brewery, it becomes fresher and takes on a slightly waxy note with a little honey.
The start is spicy, but sweet and doesn't look like the almost 70% would suggest.
With water: sweet, forest honey, chestnuts, hazelnuts
Plum jam, old wood, not particularly complex, but long and harmonious