Dima and Misha are going back to the future. Is it any wonder that each brings a bottle of Barolo from 1955? And what a Barolo: right from the cellars of Giacomo Conterno! No screwing around, just a twist of a wrist! Misha is a virtuoso corkscrewer and knows perfectly where to turn old corks in both hemispheres. Dima is dreaming about Sophie Lauren, as usual... But what else is there to do during an hour and a half it takes for the old Barolo to be ready for presentation? Patience, patience. What is awaiting us? Will the wine, seemingly "dying" at the first impression, barely opened, but promising to reveal itself, bring us joy? Or will it be "buongiorno, sorrow", again? After all, Giacomo himself, the son of an innkeeper and Nebbiolo philosopher, insisted that Barolo should mature for 20, 30 or even 40 years. This wine is already 60 years old. Let's try it?