92 pts Vinous (Feb 2017):
"The 2014 Le Petit Haut Lafitte is dark and brooding, but the tannins are nicely tamed, which gives the wine a striking sense of proportion. Graphite, game, smoke, lavender and grilled herb notes abound. All of the signatures of this site come through nicely in an accessible, midweight wine that will drink well with minimal cellaring. The blend is 60 % Cabernet Sauvignon and 40 % Merlot."
91 pts James Suckling:
Intense dried-cranberry and herbal nose with some toasty oak precedes a rich but not heavy palate with plenty of tannic power and a long, dry finish. Needs two or three years to soften.