A Fino del Puerto tends to be different from Finos matured in Jerez. The specific location, close to the sea, results in cooler temperatures and aÊmore humid environment, idealÊfor maturing Fino. In addition, a Fino del Puerto is often a little more acidic and regularly shows an aromatic element close to what is called ‘petrol’ in Rieslings. Dried seaweed, almonds and diesel aromas. This has a fairly acid and saline attack on the palate.ÊOverall rather light-bodied though, and creamy. Grapefruit juice, limeÊand brine.ÊDried Mediterranean herbs. Nice evolution towards nutty notes in the end.