The tannins is quite dominant at first in the taste. Then the dried fruits comes rushing in with oak on the side. As the tannins and the alcohol tones a bit down, it really makes rooms for the fruity flavours in the finish. All the good stuff from Sherry cask maturation.
A bit aggressive, so don’t be afraid of using some water, and considering the high ABV, you don’t have to be very careful not to drown this. The thing I like the most about this, is the fruity flavours in the finish, and the dried fruits really comes forward with a bit of water. I will give this 89/100 (22/22/23/22).