(From 2011 Vintage) The 2011 Liberty School Cabernet Sauvignon has a deep ruby color. In the glass, the wine exudes aromas of plum, black currants, blackberry, smoke and earth. Soft tannins and bright acidity add a sense of balance and substance to this full-bodied Cabernet. Concentrated flavors of juicy raspberries and black cherries dominate the entry, while refined notes of earth and pepper emerge as the wine unfolds on the palate. The wine leaves lingering hints of cherry on the long and satisfying finish.
It's dry, smooth and classic in blackberry and currant flavors, with a deft touch of smoky oak. Just a bit too acidic; a rich steak will help.
very nice, passable and cheap cab. nice tannins. not great, only value.
It's OK, I wouldn't buy a case of it
fruity for a Cabernet, not too dry.
smooth with slighty sweet notes.
Portland wine group
tasted like shit
nice medium cab