For me a "typical" representative of the sherry malts. A bit closed at first, but it can definitely convince.
Slightly malty, fruity. Cherries, figs and raisins. Sandalwood accompanied by coffee and roasted aromas. A light note of lavender and dried herbs.
Creamy and "vinous". Dark grapes, oranges and currants. Again, coffee and roasted aromas, walnuts. A slight sulfur note in the background.
Getting drier. Orange and white coffee accompanied by oak aromas.