Over the hill. Undrinkable. To call it vinegar would insult honest vinegar. Per the advice of some on CellarTracker, I let it breathe in a decanter for over an hour. It got worse rather than better. It certainly never came close to meriting the praise some of those reviewers gave it.
This is Pine Ridge's proprietary flagship red wine, which Pine Ridge claims will age to 2018 if "properly cellared." This particular bottle was purchased from the winery upon release, shipped directly to my office, and impeccably stored at 55 degrees (plus or minus 2 or 3 degrees) and 70% humidity (plus or minus 5%) in my cellar ever since. Maybe I just got a bum bottle, but I can't help feeling that it damn sure ought to have aged better than this. Grade: F