Forthcoming and well developed with balsamic and toasted hints and faint traces of vanilla and coconut. There is plenty of fruit with notes of overripe blackcurrant and bramble merging with the oak giving a mature, nearly integrated feel and one of the ripeness bestowed by the Andalusian sun. There is also the faintest menthol/eucalyptus note in the background which adds a hint of freshness to a nascent bouquet.
Full, quite generous and fairly open. It is well structured with decent acidity, alcohol and ripe tannins, and those very ripe fruit notes. This is a wine which is nearing maturity and all its complexities are beginning to harmonise. It has an attractive texture and feels very natural, and the structure doesn't get in the way of the fruit. Well made.