From what I've read on the web, Tokaji-finished whiskies don't seem to get a lot of love. I picked up a bottle of The Arran Malt, aged 8 years and then finished for 7 months in a Tokaji Aszu wine cask. It's bottled at 55% alc/vol and non-chillfiltered.
I was drinking it with water at first, which opened up the nose nicely but didn't do much for the taste. Now that I've been taking it straight up, I must say that I really like this stuff. Chocolate hits the palate immediately. It quickly gets syrupy with tropical fruit and then BAM! a big spicy kick from the high proof and just the Arran characteristic taking effect. The single-cask cognac finish had the huge wave of fruit and spice as well. This whisky has fantastic flavour.
The finish is long and sweet with just a slight sour note and an oaky taste. This is one of those whiskies that I didn't start to really enjoy until halfway through the bottle, which is always unfortunate.