In Moonraker when James Bond and M are having dinner at Blades, 007’s boss gives his wine order:
“Then what?” asked M. “Champagne? Personally I’m going to have a half-bottle of claret. The Mouton Rothschild ‘34, please, Grimley. But don’t pay any attention to me, James. I’m an old man. Champagne’s no good for me.
A few bottles of the 1934 Mouton Rothschild are still circulating and people are still opening and tasting them.
A 2008 professional review from the link above:
The 1934 Mouton Rothschild immediately seized control of this flight with its deeper, richer and lusher nose. It was very brooding by comparison with its incredible and trademarked chocolate aromas, accompanied by earth, minerals and nuts. The nose also had an intense trio of cedar, ceramics and mahogany. The palate was intense and hearty, meaty and long with great acidity. The finish was thick and grainy. Rob picked up on some also trademarked ‘mint.’ Earth and oak flavors rounded out this beauty…
You can click on the second image for some tasting notes from someone who has tried this particular vintage.