Review: Liberated 2015 Sauvignon Blanc and 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon
A pair of mid-2016 releases of Liberated are here, both North Coast bottlings but different as night and day. Thoughts follow.
2015 Liberated Sauvignon Blanc North Coast – A fresh and lightly tropical sauvignon blanc that nonetheless has enough acidity to keep things alive and vibrant. Pineapple finds a companion in light, white floral elements and a spritz of perfume on the back end. The clean finish has a gentle dollop of sweetness. B+ / $17
2013 Liberated Cabernet Sauvignon North Coast – This wine immediately comes across as very young and a bit brash, quite green up front without much structure. Instead, it’s all pushy and immature wine notes, simple berries, and a slug of vanilla on the back end. Rather plain. C+ / $17
- Review: Wines of Liberated, 2015 Releases
- Review: Barbed Wire 2014 Red Wine Blend and Cabernet Sauvignon
- Review: Wines of William Hill, 2017 Releases
- Review: Justin 2018 Justification and 2020 Sauvignon Blanc