Rafael - are you looking for a scuffle or war of words - really?
Man - you have thrown a hanging curve ball for all the folks here to whack out of the park.
So let us start with the basic rules we have mostly agreed to accept - excepting for Gary and a few others (hence the scuffles):
1) Drink most mevushal white wines - within a year or two from the vintage of the wine. So a 2010 mevushal white would be as far as I would go with most white mevushal wines.
2) Drink most mevushal red wines - within two to three years from the vintage. Rogov used a far more strict rule, but these have been OK for me
3) Throw those rules out for all wines from Herzog and Hagafen and maybe Shiloh - for now - as they have proven to not deteriorate the wine through the mevushal process.
OK - those are the baseline rules. From there - there are many producers who do a decent job. I have not liked the teperberg silver wines for much more than a year or two from vintage and same with Segal Fusion. The Binyamina mevushals were better to me, and a few folks here like the Barkan Classic mevushal process. To me the Barkan Classic wines have not shown as well in the past few vintages, I hope they turn the ship around soon - again that is my opinion.
There are a few lovely French mevushal wines and a few Elvi ones as well. Along with Herzog and Hagafen and Shiloh.