Or the rum, of course (although there is some real gut rot rum down there as well).
Right, back to reality. Found a stray bottle of Condesa de Leganza, Tempranillo Reserva 1995, Finca Los Trenzones in the cellar. I had picked up a dozen bottles years ago as the price was right - $12.95. Why so cheap you ask - because it's from a not too highly regarded appelation, La Mancha. Well what a surprise - this stuff is still good! Opaque brick with lotsa vanilla and coconut (this spent 24 months in "barrels"). Full bodied, chewy, toasty, still some dark plum fruit. LONG finish. Wow. This blew a Penfolds Bin 28 shiraz (2004) that I had recently away...at a fraction of the price. Spanish wine can really age well.