Nose: The Portreifung can not hide and is right with the typical sweetness and dark overripe fruit in the nose, flattered by powerful smoke, with increasing duration comes to light cowshed to the bottom I still find dark chocolate. The alcohol is really well integrated and does not interfere.
Mouth: Starts surprisingly restrained, not sprittig, the tongue is covered by cold ash, slightly bitter, then strong in overripe red fruit going, alcohol is then more and more through, so he gets a little bit "sharper" with increasing duration.
Finish: Again, the whole part remained on the notes that have already dominated in the mouth, rather dry and slightly bitter, fruity, sweet, yummy.
Conclusion: port ripening PC are mWn so rare enough, so a great experience, the bottling is not quite up to the top sherry bottlings from 2013 ran, but it does not need to hide. All in all a great alternative to the Bourbon and Sherry PCs that are out there "in bulk".