Originally Posted by floodbrew
Otherwise by this point can I assume any of the temperature driven benefits related to taste appear to be gone?
Correct. Controlling the temperature is vital for the early stages of fermentation, and that's about it (unless you're using a finicky strain of yeast, lagering, etc.)
The tiny bit of fermentation that's happening in the bottle won't generate any off flavors at the warmer temperatures. Most people that brew lagers even bottle condition them at room temperature, not lager temperature.