Liberty Service Dog Red ®

Age and State

In order to continue with a wine purchase, please enter your age and shipping state. We want to be sure we can ship wine to your state. Sorry, we can only ship to US addresses.

Please Note:

We can ship wine to you if your state is listed in the above drop down box.

We can ship non-wine items to all 50 states.

Liberty Service Dog Red ® Image

Price $10.99  Sale Price $8.79

Dry Red Wines


In partnership with Service Dogs of Virginia and Saint Francis Service Dog Foundation, Château Morrisette's Liberty Service Dog Red ®, pays tribute to service dogs and their dedication to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities.
Château Morrisette will contribute a percentage of gross adjusted sales to both non-profit organizations, including a guaranteed minimum first-year donation of $5,000 to each organization. The partnership is a natural fit for a winery known for its dog-themed wines and continues its long-standing commitment to local and regional charities.
“We are thrilled to partner with Service Dogs of Virginia and Saint Francis Service Dog Foundation,” said winery president David Morrisette. “This service dog wine will create more public awareness and provide ongoing financial support that will help people with disabilities lead more independent lives.”

About This Wine

This dry red wine is blended from some of Virginia's finest grape varieties, Chambourcin, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot. Bursting with deep flavors and aromas of blackberry, blueberry, black cherry, and plum, Liberty features a long finish with hints of toast and spice. This sumptuous wine is a worthy tribute to Liberty.

Tasting Attributes

Aroma: Blackberry, blueberry, cherry, plum. Palate: Same as aroma. Finish: Long, toast, spice. Blend of Chambourcin, Cab Franc, Petit Verdot.

Food and Wine Paring

Pairs well with a wide variety of roasted and grilled meats.

Aging Statement

This wine is already near peak when released, although it may age for another several years. Aging is an imprecise art; excessive aging could lead to a negative effect. Ideally, try some every year and enjoy the wine’s journey. Keep at a uniform temperature – 55 degrees is best. It is perfectly normal for a well aged wine to develop minor sediment in the bottle and on the cork surface.


People's Choice Award: The 2009 Virginia Wine Showcase

Gold Medal: 2011 Virginia Wine Lover Wine Classic

Silver Medal:  2014 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition

Bronze Medal: Vinifera Wine Growers Association

2007 Third Atlantic Seaboard Vinifera Wine Competition