News & Press

Apr 18th, 2019
Spring 2019 Newsletter

Tablas Creek Spring 2019 Newsletter

We have published our Spring 2018 E-Newsletter. Some of what's inside:

  • Tablas Creek Turns 30!
  • $10 Flat-Rate Shipping for April
  • Spring 2019 Vineyard Update
  • Spring VINsider Shipments
  • Spring 2019 Cellar Update: White Blending
  • In the Wine Spectator: 2016 Esprit de Tablas 94 points. Plus, The Press reviews Tablas Creek
  • (Re-)Introducing the Collector's Vertical Flight Tasting
  • April Featured Wine: 2017 Cotes de Tablas
  • Blog Feature: You may not be aging your Rhone whites. But if you do, here's what to expect.
  • Upcoming Event: Panoplie Vertical Tasting
Mar 26th, 2019
April Shipping 2

$10 Flat-Rate Shipping for April

We know that shipping wine can add up, and we want to make it easier for you to enjoy our wines. So any order you place from now until the end of April, from a bottle of wine to two cases or more, will be shipped anywhere we ship for just $10! The more you order, the more you save, so use the opportunity to send wine to yourself, your family or your friends. And, as always, any order that includes six or more bottles of our Esprit de Tablas or Esprit de Tablas Blanc wines has shipping included.

The discounted shipping is applied automatically on our online order form.

Feb 28th, 2019
Tablas Creek Vineyard

"6 of the Best Wineries in Paso Robles, California" on

Bryce Wiatrak rates their top wineries from the Paso Robles region with Tablas Creek topping the list! The article states:

"A key region for wine production on the stretch of land between San Francisco and Los Angeles known as the Central Coast is Paso Robles, with 200-plus wineries draped across more than 650,000 acres and centered around the city that shares its name.

Since its inception in 1989, Tablas Creek has led the charge for top-quality Rhône-style wines in California."

Feb 28th, 2019
The Press Paso Tablas Creek

San Francisco Chronicle: "Tablas Creek, Key Winery for America's Rhone Movement"

The Press is the San Francisco Chronicle's guide to wine country, which recently expanded to include Paso Robles. From our review:

"The Tablas Creek story is well told, but the importance of this vineyard and winery for the state of America’s Rhone wine movement cannot be overstated. As you might expect from such a focused, generational, global project, the tasting room is really a place for education about all aspects of wine."

Feb 28th, 2019

Winemaking: the Next Generation on Alcohol Professor

Our Jason Haas is one of six second-generation proprietors featured in this thoughtful article. From the introduction:

"While the wine business has always been challenging, new generations of winemakers face new sets of challenges their parents and older winemaking relatives didn’t have to contend with--things like how to stay relevant using social media, effects of climate change, and connectivity with modern consumers who have higher expectations and don’t necessarily choose wine by regional or brand reputation alone. Are sweeping changes at the house always necessary, or can next generation winemakers take on the business with simple tweaks? Here are six winemakers who’ve continued a family legacy, and how they operate in a very different modern world."

Jan 17th, 2019
Esprit 2016 Ws 94 Highlight

Wine Spectator: 2016 Esprit de Tablas 94 points

"Esprit de Tablas Adelaida District 2016
94 points | $60 | 3225 cases made | Red

Combines structure with polish and substance, offering expressive raspberry, garrigue and smoked spice flavors that build richness toward refined tannins. Mourvèdre, Grenache, Syrah and Counoise. Drink now through 2025. —T.F."

Dec 20th, 2018
Wawine Blog

Washington Wine Blog Top 100 of 2018: #50: 2015 Esprit de Tablas

We are always proud to have one of our wines appear in a year-end "Top 100" list, and to have our 2015 Esprit de Tablas (94 points) represent Paso Robles at #50. Thank you to Owen Bargreen and his Washington Wine Blog!

Dec 20th, 2018
Jdunnuck Scaled

Jeb Dunnuck: 23 Wines 90+ points;

We were excited to read Jeb Dunnuck's annual reviews of our wines, focusing on the 2016 and 2017 vintages. 23 wines received 90+ points, and he notes that Tablas Creek makes "beautiful wine[s] that age incredibly well".

Highlights from current releases included the 2016 Esprit de Tablas (93 points), 2016 Esprit de Tablas Blanc (93 points), and 2015 Panoplie (95 points). Upcoming releases included 2017 Mourvedre (91-94 points), 2017 Esprit de Tablas (93-95 points), and 2016 Panoplie (96 points).

We have compiled Jeb's Tablas Creek reviews together here. You can read his extended commentary on Paso Robles at