The 1990 Quinta de Saes from Dao in Portugal was 30 years old. It scored 18 points on the Dionysian scale of a possible 20. It had13% alcohol and cost $7 back then. It was silky smooth after decanting and held together for hours. All 17 people who tasted it agreed; the wine aged beautifully. It was brick red with an amber edge, and still had dark fruits over oak and mineral.
New examples of this wine can cost $22. Its grapes were Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional, and Jaen . It still had some pomegranate and violet aromas with rose pedal & spices. Start to think Portugal. In Vino Veritas.