Hope Family Wines

Liberty School Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

8.71600 ratings
8.525 pro ratings
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon
Top Notes For
Josiah Meyer

Full, red fruit nose. Light notes of red fruit and moderate tannins. Finish is predominated by alcohol. OK for the price point.

Full, red fruit nose. Light notes of red fruit and moderate tannins. Finish is predominated by alcohol. OK for the price point.

6 people found it helpfulJul 16th, 2014
Bruce Vaughn

$20 liquor store.

$20 liquor store.

5 people found it helpfulJun 4th, 2013
Simon Cm

Let it breathe quite smooth

Let it breathe quite smooth

5 people found it helpfulApr 7th, 2013
Mike Fifer

Writer The Wine Monologues

8.8

Notes of blackberry, dark cherry, fig and tobacco. Nice acidity and soft tannins. QPR value.

Notes of blackberry, dark cherry, fig and tobacco. Nice acidity and soft tannins. QPR value.

4 people found it helpfulNov 15th, 2015
Jeff Valente

Smooth, strong. Flank steak special.

Smooth, strong. Flank steak special.

4 people found it helpfulMar 30th, 2013
Mark Silverman

Smooth, mellow cab. Lots of tannins, but not overly dry. Reminds me of some European wines with the fullness of a cab. Peppery finish.

Smooth, mellow cab. Lots of tannins, but not overly dry. Reminds me of some European wines with the fullness of a cab. Peppery finish.

2 people found it helpfulJun 10th, 2015
Vincent Wouda-Séguin

I was quite amazed how smooth it was. Heavier and full bodied tannins, but very smooth and balanced with cherry notes.

I was quite amazed how smooth it was. Heavier and full bodied tannins, but very smooth and balanced with cherry notes.

2 people found it helpfulApr 30th, 2015
Matthew Marcino

90 pt. pretty big finish. tannins, berries. Love me some Paso Robles

90 pt. pretty big finish. tannins, berries. Love me some Paso Robles

2 people found it helpfulMar 23rd, 2013
Sipping Fine Wine

Hope family has been making Liberty School Cab since 1990. In 1996, Hopes established Treana Winery & put Liberty School as part of Hope Family Wines. I remember Liberty school in the ‘80s, good value then and now. Aromas of lively berry fruits with oak and spice. On the palate cherry and blackberry, bit jammy, with toasty oak and pepper spice. Firm tannins, medium, ending with fruit and spice. Drink now! Good value!

Hope family has been making Liberty School Cab since 1990. In 1996, Hopes established Treana Winery & put Liberty School as part of Hope Family Wines. I remember Liberty school in the ‘80s, good value then and now. Aromas of lively berry fruits with oak and spice. On the palate cherry and blackberry, bit jammy, with toasty oak and pepper spice. Firm tannins, medium, ending with fruit and spice. Drink now! Good value!

1 person found it helpfulMar 10th, 2019
Greg Weber

My wife and I had this wine with flank steak while dining with our son and daughter in law at Lutsen Resort in northern Minnesota. A nice full bodied wine. A must have wine for our home.

My wife and I had this wine with flank steak while dining with our son and daughter in law at Lutsen Resort in northern Minnesota. A nice full bodied wine. A must have wine for our home.

1 person found it helpfulJun 30th, 2018