In the nose it becomes more complex, rounder and lighter, wine notes are to be discovered while the wood is pushed back.
In the mouth it gets fruity (orange) and peppery, the finish is even longer.
Sherry (if not too much) and sweet fruits, marzipan, freshly beaten green wood, a little cocoa, cinnamon and other spices
here, too, the sherry, though a bit drier; Nuts, fruits, sweet, plums and raisins, coffee, spices, oak
long, strong and good, if not particularly complex, but wonderfully mouth-filling; Pepper, oak, coffee, malty