the wine-of-the-night, to me at least, was the Krug. Wonderful richness and depth of flavor. I typically have a preference for the "brighter" Champs like TdC, Cristal, Salon, but having the opportunity to enjoy a Krug over the course of 30-45 mins. was really awesome. Would do again.
the P-F started out a little weak, if that makes sense, and then really opened up over the course of an hour. Also, at the start, i thought it was a tad hot at the back of the palate. One person (not Manton) agreed. After a while that aged white burgundy-ness started to show and it took on a minty and then caramely note. Very diverse at the end, consider me a fran.
The Montrose had that alluring aged wine nose to it, and like Manton said the palate was surprisingly tannic and gripping. Still, it was well balanced and approachable. I may prefer the '75 Montrose which I thought had a little more complexity, but that's just my memory thinking. The '70 still had some flinty goodness.
The Spatlese Riesling was excellent and ideal with desert, I suppose the only knock was the fact that it was still extremely young. Delicious now, but perfect in a few years.