I get a little fruitiness & sherriness in Oban 14. But if that's what you're looking for, I'd recommend the Glenlivet 15 French Oak. I haven't had that one in a while and I don't have notes, but I remember it being pretty similar to the Glenlivet 12 but more sherried.
Anyway, here are my notes on Oban 14.
Nose: orange rinds, some sherry
Body: light & very smooth
Palate: sweet, smokey, a little malty?
Finish: medium/long, smokey, spicy, sweet, some tart apple, a little maltiness
Comments: very nice, towards the end of the bottle I was starting to detect the martime flavors that others note, although I'm not quite sure how to describe them.