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In fact, I don't really like this feeling very much, although the score is really not low; I think the smell is a little dull, although it is indeed very rich and rich; the composition of the aroma is more in line with Western aesthetics, and it is partial to the red wine series. dark berries with stew, aged wood with earth, leather. It's a good overall presentation of what a good old sherry should look like, and it's hard to fault it, other than the price.
The first thing to say at the entrance is that the wine body is really too top; the super oiliness and fullness of the wine body, I think the thick feeling is relatively just right, which can not only make you feel its age, but at the same time It will make you feel too heavy and tired; flavor-wise, the main body is still dark fruit, then heavy chocolate and oak flavors, my attitude is that it is a bit "overdone", if you add more Water, a lower level of operation, may be more beneficial. To give a score of 90, I am more out of recognition of the wine body, and I think it is around 87 in terms of flavor.
After reading the notes of several bosses, the bitterness, tannin, and heavy barrel smell at the end of this one have not been recorded by everyone? Maybe it's the state I'm drinking, isn't it? I don't think it's really a great performance.