Le Petit Haut Lafitte Red Bordeaux Blend 2010Château Smith Haut Lafitte Le Petit Haut Lafitte Red Bordeaux Blend 2010
9 out of 10 based on 83 user ratings.

Château Smith Haut Lafitte Le Petit Haut Lafitte Red Bordeaux Blend 2010

9.083 ratings on Delectable
$44.99

Technically the 3rd wine of Smith Haut Lafitte, this is mainly Cabernet Sauvignon from younger vines with a tad less new oak. "Very engaging from the start, with a blast of boysenberry and blackberry fruit that grabs your attention, while notes of licorice snap, violet and black tea fill in the background. Open, pure and ready to drink now. Drink now through 2021." WS 91

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Ratings on Delectable

Jennifer DiDomizio Delectable Pro

Very inky and tarry. Earthy nose and dark fruited palate with coffee grinds on the finish. Balanced.

Very inky and tarry. Earthy nose and dark fruited palate with coffee grinds on the finish. Balanced.

8.9

Greg Ballington Delectable Pro

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

Fruitier than expected, delicious worth the money

Fruitier than expected, delicious worth the money

9.2

Drew DiMatteo Delectable Pro

Smooth as silk, so glad I got one of these @PCorkscrew

Smooth as silk, so glad I got one of these @PCorkscrew

9.4

Gilles de Chambure Delectable Pro

Master Sommelier & Educator

second wine blend 55 cs 45 me

second wine blend 55 cs 45 me

9.5

Petr Jonak

Chateau Haut Smith Lafitte, Bordeaux, 05/12/2015

Chateau Haut Smith Lafitte, Bordeaux, 05/12/2015

8.7

Sipping Fine Wine

The estate dates back to the Crusades, and Scottish navigator, George Smith, the owner in the 18th century. He was followed by M. Duffour-Dubergier, Mayor of Bordeaux, and then Louis Eschenauer, a famous wine shipper. In 1990, Daniel and Florence Cathiard now own the estate. Dark plum red with dark berry fruit aromas, herb and spice. On the palate complex black fruit flavors, cinnamon tea and cacao notes. Soft tannins, rich and full, lingering, mineral ending, perfect now.

The estate dates back to the Crusades, and Scottish navigator, George Smith, the owner in the 18th century. He was followed by M. Duffour-Dubergier, Mayor of Bordeaux, and then Louis Eschenauer, a famous wine shipper. In 1990, Daniel and Florence Cathiard now own the estate. Dark plum red with dark berry fruit aromas, herb and spice. On the palate complex black fruit flavors, cinnamon tea and cacao notes. Soft tannins, rich and full, lingering, mineral ending, perfect now.

9.0

Brian Nickerson

Even better than advertised and at the point in its evolution that makes my palate dance

Even better than advertised and at the point in its evolution that makes my palate dance

9.1

Ted

Really dark rich color. Just opened. Earthy, coffee and dark chocolate. Not a lot of fruit showing yet. This one can last a while longer I think.

Really dark rich color. Just opened. Earthy, coffee and dark chocolate. Not a lot of fruit showing yet. This one can last a while longer I think.

9.1

Richard Wolpert

Disappointing, bland and flat

Disappointing, bland and flat

6.4

Sipping Fine Wine

Very deep red with aromas of red and black fruit and herbal tea spice. The palate shows plum, blackberry and currants with a full body taste. Some mineral tones are revealed on the silky tannins giving way to a long finish. Should continue to develop over the next 5+ years.

Very deep red with aromas of red and black fruit and herbal tea spice. The palate shows plum, blackberry and currants with a full body taste. Some mineral tones are revealed on the silky tannins giving way to a long finish. Should continue to develop over the next 5+ years.

9.2

Location

  • 1351 Chain Bridge Rd
    McLean, VA 22101

  • Monday-Saturday: 10AM-7PM
    Sunday: 11AM-6PM