Thursday, June 27, 2013

Liberty School Paso Robles 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon

  Expressing your American patriotism on the Fourth Of July (Independence Day) certainly includes family gatherings, picnics, and especially hoedowns, but what wine(s) will bless your burgers, dogs, steaks, or clam-bakes? This is not just an issue of varietal, but appropriately showing your American pride, no Chianti or Burgundy wines with your fireworks, (California's economy will thank you) right? Oops, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Virginia, and not last, nor least, New Hampshire will thank you as well.
  I'm working on my décor with some inspirational bottles that'll be the talk of the tablecloth, whether it's on the table or blanket on the ground with that picnic-basket.
So, lets ring in the celebration with probably the number one wine libation in America (Cabernet Sauvignon), and feel free to try Liberty School's Red Wine as well.

Liberty School Paso Robles 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon, $10.70-$15.99, 89 points, begins in the glass as a black currant red trending purple and touching water clear at the surface where the wine meets the glass.
Aromas of earth tones, black cherry, a touch of cinnamon and cocoa, pleases the nose.
The medium-plus body has fair acidity, mellow, but mouth coating tannin, and drinks with some finesse.
Fig flavors with plum and mint are very good, though it's just a bit on the thin-side. However, the finish is a quite nice and easy drinking spice.
For about ten dollars, you'll not go wrong with buying several bottles of this red wine for your Forth of July celebration!


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