5th and Harrison is a storied, older release for KL Wines in California (who's main office resides on 5th and Harrison).
Thick, rich, sticky caramel. Some sherry, some stewed fruits but very nutty. Some peat, but not a peat bomb. Not a smoke monster.
Thick mouthfeel, flavors are pretty rich. Lots of caramel, cocoa, toffee. Peat is present, more earthy than ashy or iodine-y. Some good minerality. There has to be some sherry influence in here also, but its not 100%. Guessing refill sherry and peated - likely in the 46% - 52% range.
Long and complex. Lots of sherry and peat here - its leaning towards nutty and caramel though.
Impressively complex - lovely balance of wine and peat with a really great array of sweet wine and ashy characteristics.