On the nose is comes across very rich. There is still the aroma of hay bales and dried yellow flowers, as well as very nice hints of wet wool and sheep stables, the Fino Capataz has a more intense flor character, if that’s what you’re after. This adds subtle honeyed notes, light hints of caramelized almonds, hazelnuts and dried apricots. Touches of waxed furniture.
On the palate its fairly subtle attack, but it grows sharper after a while, with a tight and racey middle. Lemony acidity and firm briney notes, yeasty notes and dried Mediterranean herbs. Dry and very refreshing. It’s only in the very end that nutty notes come out, leading to a warm finale with a creamy (slightly sweet) edge.