They will only get better then.
And you're entitled to that opinion.
I, and plenty of others, feel as though wine is something to enjoy at all stages of the game and in various ways. Like many things in life. My kids aren't "ready" yet, but I'll enjoy every phase of them growing up. I think pasta sauce almost always tastes better the next day, but I enjoy the freshness of it on night one. Watching someone paint, or rehearse, can be just as inspiring as the final painting or performance. There are many ways to enjoy things (I hope you treat your sex life better than your wine life!). Some people are regimented and strict with how they want things to be. Others are not. At some point in life, you may wake up and realize this! Even the current wine critics from Parker, to Suckling, to Molesworth, etc. have all endorsed the benefits, and enjoyment in drinking a wine in it's most fruit forward/primal stage. To say something is "wrong" with this, makes no sense to me. If you don't understand it, that's your problem. In the meantime...I'll continue enjoying my wines in the manner that I feel best suited to the occasion....young (the '99 Richebourg), middle aged (the '90 Leroy Vosne Romanee the following night), and fully mature like the '78 Shafer Cab. that was drunk after the '90 Leroy. All were interesting, fun, and inspiring wines. I look forward to checking back in on the DRC and Leroy for their next phase of development.
Another thing that cracks me up is that nearly all of you "hardliners" continually assume that all of these wines I post on came from my own collection. When I post on more than one wine, you can assume that one or maybe two came from my collection and the others were opened by other gracious, fellow wino's (who can be anything from a simple wine geek like myself, to someone ITB who makes this stuff for a living that people like you are so adament not to open too soon!)