Bough an 11 to share with my mate who loves Pauillac yesterday at some point when the future allows. Wanted a 16 too but out of stock, and I’d already spent too much.
@Drainhole, I had the 2010 of this recently and thought it still quite young, although it was still a lovely wine. I would be giving the 2016 between ten and fifteen years, to truly appreciate it, based upon my experience. That’s my plan, anyway. I have never found these to be thin wines, quite the opposite really but then I have never opened one so young. I am intrigued that some are reporting that the 2015 is already drinking well.