2000 - Drank these a while back and for the most part think this vintage has seen it's best days. The very best may still be good/improve. Opening a 2000 Rinaldi Brunate Le Coste shortly to see.
2001 - Drinking really well.
2003 - Gone
2004 - Some drinking well but has a long way to go.
2005 - Most have seen best days, but some Riserva or better examples may still shine. 2005 Aldo Conterno GranBussia and 2005 Oddero Vigna Rionda were both singing.
2006 - Waiting
2007 - Seen best days - hot vintage that drank well early. May be exceptions.
2008 - Great classic vintage. Some normale may be ready but generally the 08s need time imo. A 2008 Azelia Margheria over Christmas was very good but YOUNG. 2008 Massolino Vigna Rionda last August was tasty but infanticide.
2009 - Another warm, ripe vintage. I enjoyed them early for the most part. The better examples will still have time.
2010 - Normale and lower end wines drinking fine. Waiting on everything else.
2011 - Starting into drinking window but still early. I'm testing the odd bottle but not rushing into the 11s. Cappellano Rupestris difficult to resist.
2012 - Early drinking, lighter, elegant vintage. Have been dipping into these. Cappellano Rupsestris - wonderful and difficult to resist as well (not quite the 11 but delicious).
2013 - Big tannins still show prominently. Lower end or normale may be coming around. I think this one depends on whether you like/tolerate tannin. I opened a 2013 Chiara Boschis Mosconi a week ago and quite enjoyed it despite the mouth gripping tannin and its youth. The remaining bottles of Mosconi will sleep for a long time.
2014 - Heterogenous vintage due to the variable whether, especially the hail, and the ability of producers to manage all the challenges in the vineyards. Some 14s are excellent but need time.
1990's: Am really liking 1999's and still enjoying 1996's. Have pretty much moved on from 1997 and 1998.