Château Smith Haut Lafitte Le Petit Haut Lafitte White Bordeaux Blend 2015

$45.99

In Stock, Crush SKU: 15101

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Ratings on Delectable

S Butterfield Delectable Pro

Sommelier Flask Fine Wines

Beautiful Biodynamic estate with a hidden cellar straight out of a James Bond flick. From their selection of young vines. And ahhhhhhhhhbbb the stony floral Sauv Blanc gives the wine lift and air, the wings, while the secret engine of Semillon provides a deep counterbalance, a waxy rudder guiding the whole contraption smoothly thru the air. Day two: even more aerodynamically pure. Drink then.

Beautiful Biodynamic estate with a hidden cellar straight out of a James Bond flick. From their selection of young vines. And ahhhhhhhhhbbb the stony floral Sauv Blanc gives the wine lift and air, the wings, while the secret engine of Semillon provides a deep counterbalance, a waxy rudder guiding the whole contraption smoothly thru the air. Day two: even more aerodynamically pure. Drink then.

9.5

Uttam Tambar

Great Bordeaux blend. Gentle flowery aroma, nice buttery flavor and subtle hints of dark berries. Enjoyable dry finish. I love this.

Great Bordeaux blend. Gentle flowery aroma, nice buttery flavor and subtle hints of dark berries. Enjoyable dry finish. I love this.

9.3

Tom Hamilton

Ok but young and a bit strong

Ok but young and a bit strong

9.0

Tara Rowland Delectable Pro

Young but so good

Young but so good

9.5

Neal Krishna Devaraj

Light floral nose. Faint curry spices. Probably great with a fish stew

Light floral nose. Faint curry spices. Probably great with a fish stew

9.3

Location

  • 153 E 57th Street
    New York, NY 10022

  • Hours:
    Monday–Friday, 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
    Saturday, 12p.m. - 8 p.m.

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