clearly sherry dominated nose, old slightly musty sherry, old books, fermented plum, earthy, now the fermented notes go away and initially soft citrus fruits and slightly sour berries, redcurrants, blackberries and raspberries, in addition to clear oak, from time to time the fruits are candied, Caramel and always the sweetness of the sherry play an important role, followed by sultanas, sweet dates and some milk chocolate, now the nose is completely blooming, the woody wort still remains strong and provides itself with the sherry fruits a power struggle. When the oak dominates, the chocolate becomes bitter, leather and tangy-spicy burley tobacco show up, cooling herbal notes. The nose looks younger, less set than expected.
In the second nose, the cream / caramel sweet comes out stronger.
woody, tart oak-like onset, with spicy salt and pepper notes before full-bodied, fruity sherry spreads creamy, old wall unit, plum, dark sweet berries, leather, brown sugar and coffee notes, raisins and creamy sweet at the beginning and end of the taste
clear bitterness after oak, to menthol, brown sugar and sherry fruits flash through the espresso, a nut mixture with raisins, bitter orange, leather, cocoa, very long dry tart but really great finish, but still leaves a lot of sherry in the mouth.