This comes from a 38-barrel solera somewhere in Jerez de la Frontera. I think it's an absolutely awesome wine. I've been drinking it quite a bit recently.
Light for an Oloroso. Nice brightness and brilliance.
Nose of salted caramel with a bit of cocoa. But not heavy - quite elegant nose.
This may be one of the most elegant Oloroso's I've ever tasted. Blind, I may call it for a Palo Cortado. Like the nose, you have that salted caramel, cocoa and a pervasive nuttiness, but it's so gentle on the tongue. It's somewhat contradictory: rich but light, powerful but elegant. It lingers for some time. I feel better for having a glass.
Tasted many times, but most recently at Shorehead, 25 June 2012