Macallan being more renowned (and much sought after) for it's sherried malts....and the Fine Oak being exclusively Bourbon casks.
Although sherry these days is like holding a stick of dynamite, I'm currently only buying sherry cask stuff from either very old stock or certain distilleries due to the volume of stink in them.
I'm personally not a Macallan man. I know people rave about the stuff but for me I've always felt let down. There is always something better quality at the price range which gives more of what each Macallan expression is trying to do, therefore I never reach for a Mac, but it's competitor.
......it's also up there with Dalmore for distilleries that annoy me for pricing. They seem to always push for the highest price they can get despite (I often find) inferior quality. They seem to think if they inflate their prices they will come across as more exclusive and therefore can demand higher prices.
They want to take a leaf out of BenRiach's/GlenDronach's book.