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I have only tasted a few 2016s (Continuum and the new Steltzner family bottles), but they were all great.  At both places, they seemed to think it would be a classic vintage that tops all of the recent vintages.  And it wasn't a sales pitch to me, as both were in friendly environments with family (as opposed to a tasting).  So quality-wise, I think there is a strong feeling that 2016 was glorious.

As per the the style, I think that tends to be location/winemaker/blend specific. In the case of Continuum, there is quite a bit of cab franc and petit verdot.  

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