First off, this is not wine, it is Brandy. That said, it is distilled from young, Palomino and Airén grapes. Then aged for ten to twelve years in American oak that had previously been used for oloroso sherry. It is 40% abv. Light golden in color. The nose has alcohol but also a nice nuttiness with a bit of dates. On the palate, this is warm but not hot. There are nice figs along with caramel. Warmth on the finish. For $30, this is a nice value in Brandy. Best sipped on its own.
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