JLL has rated all vintages since 2017 at 4.5*, except 2019, interestingly - only 3.5*.
I read this thread as I was pondering what to open tonight and, strictly in the interests of community collective knowledge, I’ve just popped a 2016 - my third of 6 bought EP. Cost about £25 delivered so that 2017 price definitely looks like a bargain (or error).
The 2016 is drinking very nicely - as @Lincoln says, not reviewed by JLL, but his note on the 2017 serves well and is a lot more poetic than I could manage:
“The nose has deft touches, iodine, ripe black cherry, blackberry, a note of red meat, blood. The palate moves well with a snake hip run of dark berry fruits, oaking entwined, is interesting, has hidden corners, good shape. There’s access to its terroir on the late moments, a smoked, rocky presence there. The finish is still on oak, but will get inside it”
I would say the oak is still a little prominent in the 2016 but not unpleasantly and it has a promising few years ahead of it.