The other day my aunt gifted me two bottles of wine - 1982 and 1989 Bordeauxs that she had. The 1982 is a Beau-Rivage from (I assume) Borie Manoux and carries the designation "Grand Vin," rather than "Grand Vin de Bordeaux" which was what I thought designated one of the seriously excellent producers. The 1989 is Mouton-Cadet from Rothschild. I gather both are from the Medoc and that those were both good vintages, but I don't believe either producer is anything special from my initial google search. Not that it matters, its still neat. Are these wines likely to be past their prime? Were they originally capable of aging this long? I'm afraid that they probably haven't been stored as carefully as they could, and I'm a bit worried about being able to remove the cork when the time comes. Anything from a voice of experience on the subject would be helpful.