Aging: Oxidative in American oak casks, the criaderas and sills. Tasting: Complex aromas of dried fruits, especially plums and grapes from which, with distant toasted notes, balsamic and citrus. Unique evolution of this wonderful sweet wine in oak barrels, driven by time and silence as catalysts that facilitate exceptional bouquet. Creamy, smooth, slightly sweet and slightly bitter at the same time. Persistent, long and impressive. Color: Intense color jet. as befits its age, with shades of iodine markedly thin layer tones that die hard. Dining: Given the organoleptic characteristics of this old wine is recommended to drink alone, slowly, to keep subtle aromas and flavors. If the consumer wants to accompany it with fois solids can choose and fine pastries for dessert.