At 16 years old, the high acid Greek whites held together well. The 2004 Notios Moshofilero & Roditis white from the Peloponnisos Region had 12% alcohol, cost under $15, and scored a very nice 16 Dionysian points.
It had really darkened to a golden-brown, and I thought it might be dead. but the aroma was a complex citrus, moiineral, and seashore scent. There were hints of Virginia tobacco and the wine was still refreshing. I drink these Greek white from release to about eight years; this was an experiment that worked. In Vino Veritas.