At the beginning of old sherry - ripe dates with a yeasty impact, as it occurs only in a few (the excellent) Oloro rags. Directly from the sample bottle and after a few minutes in the glass, tropical fruits are always in the foreground, between blackberries and blueberries are prickly pears, passion fruit, and partly green bananas. Later, resinous-green tannins emerge, with lime blossom, fir honey and a chemical aspect - reminding me of enamel paint. A touch of vanilla, and anise.
Again intense yeast, tingling spice, lemons! after 46 years barrel maturity, prickly pears and passion fruit, fragrant, I would like to say, after Linde and honeysuckle, the long maturation makes discreet with black coffee noticeable, always enriched by the resinous and chemical notes of the nose. In addition the muff and dust of an old tool shed. In spite of 40% by no means thin, even strong due to the barrel flavors. However, large sips are needed.
Long, this is the first time the age of negative, dryness and bitterness against fresh citrus and tropical fruit flavors gain the upper hand.