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Jun 14th, 2024
2021 Patelin Blanc on Chowhound

Chowhound: The Best White Wine Blends For Any Budget

We were thrilled to see our Patelin de Tablas Blanc on Chowhound's list of budget friendly white wine blends! From the article:

If anyone knows about delicious California-style Rhône blends, it's the folks at Tablas Creek, who pioneered this movement in California's Paso Robles wine region in the late 1980s.
Jun 10th, 2024
Wine Spectator 2022 Patelin 93 points

Wine Spectator: 2022 Patelin de Tablas 93 points

In a new online article 8 Wonderful West Coast Value Reds at 90+ Points, Wine Spectator's Tim Fish includes this outstanding 93-point review of our 2022 Patelin de Tablas:

Elegant structure meets a satiny texture in this red, which offers fresh cherry and raspberry flavors laced with cinnamon and red licorice notes before finishing with polished tannins. Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Counoise and Terret. Drink now through 2031.
Jun 6th, 2024
Eat This Not That Rose Wines

Eat This, Not That: "10 Affordable Rosé Wines That Taste Expensive, According to Sommeliers"

Think you need to shell out big bucks to get a great rosé? Not so, says Tanya Edwards in a new piece for Eat This Not That. Among the 10 recommendations is our Patelin de Tablas Rose, about which Bertil Jean-Chronberg of Bonde Wines in Cambridge, MA says:

This traditional Provence-style rosé is blended from grenache, mourvèdre, and counoise to create a wine with vibrant acidity and notes of stone fruit, white flowers, and chalky minerals with a mouth-watering finish
Jun 4th, 2024
Josh with Patelin Blanc box and New Release banner

2023 Patelin de Tablas Blanc Boxes Released!

We are excited for our second 3L box release of the year: the 2023 Patelin de Tablas Blanc! Why a box? It's about 4 pounds lighter than 4 glass bottles, takes up less space, and stays fresh in your fridge for several weeks after you open it. Plus it carries an 84% lower carbon footprint. Hello summer! And the wine is delicious:

A plush nose equally balanced between Grenache Blanc and Viognier: apricot and ripe pear, oyster shell minerality, and a little pithy note. On the palate, white grapefruit and honeycrisp apple, anise, chamomile, orange oil, and a chalky mineral note on the finish. Lovely acids.

Because the boxes cost us less, we are able to pass along a 15% savings over the same wine in bottles. Each box is $95 list/$76 VINsider. Limit 3. Purchase yours in our online shop.

May 30th, 2024
Boxed wine image by Greg Dupree

Food & Wine: 15 Boxed Wines That Taste Just As Good (or Better) Than Bottles

We were excited to see our 2023 Patelin de Tablas Rose in bag-in-box format make Food & Wine magazines list of top boxed wines! There are plenty of options on their list that show the premium boxed wine revolution has arrived.

May 24th, 2024
PDWR Tablas Creek May 2024 Cover

Purely Domestic Wine Report (May 2024): 12 Wines up to 95 Points

If you're not familiar with Doug Wilder's Purely Domestic Wine Report, and you love American wines, you should check it out. It's unique, combining his dramatic portraits of American winemakers with decades of experience as a domestic wine buyer and reviewer.

In a new episode of "Free Run Juice" he published reviews of 12 different Tablas Creek wines, covering a range of new releases including the 94 point 2022 Cotes de Tablas, 93 point 2023 Vermentino, 94-point 2021 Le Complice and the 95-point 2023 Dianthus.

Apr 19th, 2024
Dottie with Dianthus

Grape Collective: Tablas Creek Rosé and the Eclipse: Listen to Your Mother

We were thrilled to see this article highlighting our rosé by accomplished wine writers Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher. They chose our 2023 Dianthus Rosé as the wine to enjoy during the eclipse and found the experience remarkable enough to give our Proprietor, Jason Haas, a call. From the article:

For about two hours, we talked about the mind-tickling wine and watched the eclipse’s shadows play on the sidewalk while our neighbors looked upward, spell-bound.
Apr 10th, 2024

Newsweek: How Climate Change Could Affect Your Favorite Wines

Newsweek Editor, Jeff Young featured Tablas Creek Vineyard in his recent article highlighting how climate change is effecting wine regions around the world, and how the way vineyards choose to farm can be part of the solution. From the article:

Haas said those practices require attention and effort but do not necessarily add a lot of cost considering the substantial benefits for both growing grapes and selling them: Wine consumers want to know what's behind the label they're buying."I think people more and more want to know that the products that they support are being made, farmed in a way that's consistent with what they think is the right way to do things," he said. "There's not a negative side to this at all."
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