I know there are existing notes for most, if not all, of the wines below but I am too lazy to search for each individual one. As such, complied below are my notes from a recent OL in LA.
1990 Bollinger RD - Darker than I would expect, nose hints of slight oxidization but also one can gather deep pinot based aromas. On palate it lithe and balanced with good acidity. 90pts
2002 Girardin Le Montrachet - Again, darker than I would expect but the nose has delicate minerality intermingled with white flowers, pears and spices. Palate is rich and full with a long finish. excellent. 94pts
1998 Masseto - Decanted for approx. 4 hours. Nose and palate on this wine got better with each passing hour. The nose is intoxicating with so many nuances some which I thought were pepper, capsicum, tobacco, and sweet black fruits. Palate is rich and smooth with excellent weight on the midpalate and finish. My pick for the WOTN primarily due to it being mature at this point in time when compared to the other two. 98pts
2001 Masseto - Decanted for apporx. 1 hour. Nose is opulent, offering generous black fruits with secondary aromas missing at the moment. On the palate is where one get sense of how this wine should develop in something special. It is a hedonistic dream right now. Rich and exotic with a plush feel on the palate. I also picked up strong espresso flavors. The beauty of this wine is how it carries such power with a nonchalant attitude. The Mrs., who most folks have reminded me multiple times that she has a better palate than I, absolutely loved this wine. Thought it is the best red she has ever had. This wine also has the structure to age effortlessly for 10+ years. 95pts, for now....
2006 Masseto - this a baby, decanted for 6-7 hours, at the moment it is sappy with purple fruit and oak. Yet it is not hot or out of balance. Anyone who is lucky to have a or some bottles, don't even think about it for another 5-7 years. It has the power and structure to challenge the 01 down the road. Too young to rate.