The nose is wonderfully balanced, the sherry and Brennereicharakter merge nicely, the relatively young age is not negative, on the contrary, keeps the power and balance. Succeeded!
Red wine notes on the nose are not necessarily sherry, soft and sweet chocolate, not bitter, so probably more milk chocolate. With some oranges, raisins. Alcohol? No, at most a very gentle mint note, but perfectly integrated. Fresh and sweet. Requires no water for the nose. Let's see what the palate means.
A few drops of water and a little bit of heat promote the alcoholic influences in the first place, without really strengthening the other flavors. Therefore on my part no recommendation. Just leave and enjoy.
very round at first, only after a few seconds does the tip of the tongue start to feel under the force.
At the second sip then but much drier. Of the orange or other Brennereicharakter here is then under the ordinary sherry influence then not so much available.
Wow, already a lot of barrel. So the wood logs here. But not bitter, but juicy, green oak. After a few moments, the raisins are back and stay in the interplay with the oak. Both stay wonderful long. Still slightly dry. As a result, he has something here harsh.