This is drier than some 10-year-old Tawnys, showing a taste of wood, with acidity and the fig and raisin flavors behind the mature flavors. This is all suggests that much of the wine in the blend is older than 10 years, giving extra richness and depth of flavor.
This independent company has a reputation for its aged tawnies. This 10-Year Oldis in the sweet style, but it has a fine freshness, as well as flavors of figs and firm, structured fruit at its core.
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