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The vast majority of whisky drinkers agree that Glenmorangie Distillery is a pioneer in the process of finishing their whisky in various types of wood.
The first wood finished expression was released in 1987 – now legendary 1963 Vintage, finished in ex-Oloroso sherry butts. But the true forerunner to Glenmorangie wood finishes was Port Wood Finish introduced in 1994 and followed by Sherry Wood Finish two years later. The whisky spent 10 years in ex-bourbon casks then was transferred into ex-Oloroso sherry butts for additional several months. Since 2007 Sherry Wood Finish has been marketed as Lasanta.
Nose: strong sherry statement, blackberries, grapes, walnuts, nutmeg, caramel, hints of peat and delicate grassy notes.
Palate: sweet and quite thick, crème brûlée, cotton candy, toffee, prunes, baked apples sprinkled with cinnamon and traces of oak.
Finish: pretty long with strong sherry characteristics, honey and dried fruits.