Well there is hardly anything to dislike, it's all fantasticly balanced. It's an example of maturation in old sherry casks, with quite some influence within a decent amount of time. It's fruity, earthy and a tad smoky.
Appearance: slow thick legs
Indeed, this is just perfect sherry-ness. No monster with overly sweet or extreme dark edges. It's classy and screams "old". Raspberry coulis, cherry jam, orange zest, balsamico, dry oak with a bit of vanilla, rum-soaked raisin, smoke and liquorice root.
Powerful enough, maybe at perfect strength. It gets earthier now, with obvious notes of liquorice root. Then a mixture of balsamico, cola, dark cherry, fig and white pepper. It moves from earthy, towards sweet/sour to spicy, which is a journey in itself.
Spicy, earthy and even a bit smoky. The pepper and liquorice root equal in terms of how they come forward. There is a never ending trace of smoke which suits perfectly with the balsamico, prune and fig.