Finished in Burgundy barrels, this is one earthy Glenmorangie, an interesting dram for sure, and one that bears little resemblance to the standard bottling.
Woody, red grapes and raisins with sea saltiness and overripe red berries.
Quite tannic and peppery, there is a vanilla sweetness here but the oak wood runs the show. The saltiness comes through in the middle with a bit of the red fruit.
Medium length and earthy. Quite dry but leaves a lasting honey grape sweetness.