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 a more humid environment, ideal for 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 Ďpetrolí in Rieslings. Dried seaweed, almonds and diesel aromas. This has a fairly acid and saline attack on the palate. Overall rather light-bodied though, and creamy. Grapefruit juice, lime and brine. Dried Mediterranean herbs. Nice evolution towards nutty notes in the end.