Liberty School Cabernet

by Mary Maynard
(Monument, CO)

Liberty School Cabernet

Liberty School Cabernet

What Possessed Us To Open Wine?

It was Dead Poets Dessert night. Every once in a while we have friends over for a night of poetry. We have only candles and read by flashlight. The rule is that everyone must read or no dessert!
(I make all the dessert, they spend their time writing/finding poetry). It is the funnest night EVER.

What Possessed Us To Open THIS Wine?

Well, it was the word: School. Poetry night is like school that you actually WANT to attend. If someone reads Byron, you enjoy it like you never could in High School. If someone reads their own work, you get to be a student of their soul. If someone reads something funny off the internet, well, it can’t all be about learning!

What’s So Great About It?

Jessica said it was easy going down. Zbigniew (yes, he’s Polish) said it was liberating and warm. Kevin said it was spicy and peppery and he likes it. Enne said it was bold and smooth like Bob. (her husband!!!) I really liked it!

Fantasy This Wine Engendered:

Although I look less and less like a person that one would want to write poetry about, I am becoming more and more the kind of person one SHOULD write poetry about.

Conversation This Wine Engendered:

What will the food in heaven taste like?
What percentage of people read something they actually wrote (fairly high)
Parents dying
Wine is Bottled Poetry
Mary should not be allowed to own glassware

By: Mary Maynard

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Liberty School Winery
by: Carol

Paul and I have visited Liberty School Winery in Paso Robles. The tasting room is actually an old school house.

The wines we tasted were all good; full bodied and smooth. I'm glad that you and your poet friends enjoyed the Cabernet!

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