A beautiful strong Sherrynote pushes immediately in the nose. No restraint and no shyness.
There are also raisins to be found, and I mean to guess some gingerbread.
Hmm, it goes on happily with Sherry, who - surprising in this young bottling - clearly shows impacts of wood.
As soon as the sherry rush has subsided, wild herbs appear that tend to bitterness.
It shows a slightly alcoholic note, which, however, also abates again.
It dominates dark fruits such as plums and raisins.
In the finish, the sherry remains beautifully preserved, not tipping away into the spicy or bitter.