So this guy thinks Parker is right and wines shouldn’t be worth ageing, but ready to go off the bat, even though he himself has numerous bottles in his collection. http://palatepress.com/2011/11/wine/parker-is-right-no-one-wants-age-worthy-wines/
Fair point: Do I want to spend the money (If I had on it) on wine that won’t drink till I’m 70? No, but too bad, if I want it, I have to wait. Just as a first grader shouldn’t complain about not making a 7 figure salary, I can’t complain about not being able to taste the full potential of a 2009 Gr cru Bordeaux or Burgundy. Sorry, that’s life. And even if there was a way, like some scientific microoxygenation jargon that they keep working on, what would this do to the wine? Would Lafite or La Tache be worth the money they are if they could be drank right now? Sorry Parker people, your out of luck.