I might go back to a '76 Edmeades DuPratt (Mendo), which was sucked down in the late '80s - early '90s with loads of spicy fruit. Another one would be the '78 Ridge Paso Robles, which lasted a good decade and a half. I thought of this because I popped one of my own '99 Caernarvon Zins tonight (the last one tried was FLAT) and it's balanced and spicy-peppery and damn nice! Zin can age -- I can attest. I think alcohols have to be in the low-14s to give it a chance.
"I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy."