As we're getting older now, and have to pace ourselves (unlike those hangover-inducing Grand Cru and Port benders we'd occasionally indulge in in the early 80s), the 4 of us paced ourselves through 4 bottles over the course over 6 or 7 hours. Here are the notes from memory.
2011 Johann W. Schild Urziger Wurzgarten Riesling Kabinett -- We used this inexpensive Mosel as our "pace car" to get things going. It's fruity, with peachy apply notes. Not much complexity but a decent enough mid-afternoon sipper.
2010 Simonnet-Febvre Chablis Premier Cru Cote de Lechet -- Although I'm partial to Chablis that is fermented and aged in seasoned (not new) barrels, this "stainless steel only" Chablis was really nicely-cut. Medium bodied, fragrant with brothy, wet limestoney notes, straw, and apply fruit. Very precise, and drinking well now but could certainly go another couple of years.
2010 Ridge Paso Robles Zinfandel (Dusi Ranch) -- Dusi Ranch has, over the last 10 years, become my favorite of Ridge's stable of Zins, with its remarkable, laser-like focus and purity. Great fragrance, texture, depth, and freshness. Could last and improve another 2-3 years.
2005 Ridge Montebello -- It was hard to top the Dusi ranch Zin, but this did, and easily. Jonathan brought this from his cellar (what, you think I can afford wines like this?), and it was amazing with grilled steaks topped with chimichurri. Great depth and length with perfect balance, this iconic Cabernet was showing well yet seemed amazingly young. I think this wine could go on for a long, long time.