You’re a better man than I. Mine never last that long although I recently went through a '98 and a '96 that I had saved for my children’s birthdays. The longest of my remaining vintages are down to early 2000’s. Those unfortunately aren’t the best of my vintages as the better ones have been consumed.
One of the most incredible bottles of wine I ever had was a 30 year old 1970 La Rioja Alta S.A. Gran Reserva 890. Patience was definitely rewarded that day.
Sadly at my age, I’ll expire before the wines become exceptional.
With a cap you never get “corked” or infected wine, also, the packaging is much cheaper, paying 3-10$ extra for risk with no upside other than tradition is absurd.
Cap is superior.
Oh joy! They’ve found a way to put even less wine in a bottle.