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Aug 10th, 2022
Jordan lonborg on wine enthusiast podcast

Wine Enthusiast Podcast: Featuring Viticulturist Jordon Lonborg

On their newest podcast episode, Wine Enthusiast Podcast: What is Regenerative Agriculture?, our viticulturist Jordan Lonborg joins Paul Dolan, chairman at Regenerative Organic Alliance, Elizabeth Whitlow, executive director at Regenerative Organic Alliance, and Meghan Siemers, sustainability manager at Gundlach Bundschu. They discuss the tenants of regenerative agriculture, and how it's benefits combat climate change and reduce the effects of drought.

Aug 4th, 2022
Jason Haas in New York Times Aug 4 2022

New York Times: Tablas Creek featured in "The Problem with Wine Bottles"

In his weekly column, New York Times Wine Editor Eric Asimov takes on one of the biggest challenges for wine today: the high carbon footprint of the glass bottle. In his investigation of the state of affairs, he talks about our initiative to start putting our Patelin de Tablas wines in 3L boxes, and dives into the recent blog piece by our Partner & General Manager Jason Haas on the dismal state of glass recycling in the Unites States. From his piece:

Mr. Haas of Tablas Creek experimented with bag-in-box, packaging the equivalent of 112 cases of 2021 Patelin de Tablas rosé, a modest wine that would typically be served by the glass in restaurants. It sold out almost immediately, Mr. Haas said. The response was so enthusiastic that he repeated the experiment with Patelin de Tablas white and will do it again soon with the red.

“I was so happy to see that,” Ms. Saunders said of the Tablas Creek box. “Pedigreed, respectable producers are a really big thing, it legitimizes it.”
Aug 4th, 2022
NPR Radio

NPR's All Things Considered: featuring Tablas Creek Proprietor Jason Haas

All Things Considered host Benjamin Purper interviewed our Jason Haas to ask his opinion of the proposed spaceport coming to Paso Robles. In this nationally broadcasted episode, hear how small economies like Paso Robles are looking to alternative means of creating business to address the threat of drought to our local agriculture.

Aug 3rd, 2022
On the Wine Road with Jason Haas

On the Wine Road Podcast Episode Featuring Jason Haas

Proprietor Jason Haas joins "On the Wine Road" podcast hosted Jeff Davis, CSW, for a special Hospice-Du-Rhone episode! In this episode, Jeff and Jason cover the history of Tablas Creek and some of the more obscure varieties from Chateauneuf-du-Pape.

Jul 18th, 2022
Wine Folly and Tablas Creek Vineyard

Tablas Creek Vineyard on Wine Folly's "Wine Unpacked"

Madeline Puckette of the wine education and entertainment publication, Wine Folly, recently featured Tablas Creek Vineyard on her YouTube channel and we were thrilled with the results. She tasted our flagships, the 2019 Esprit de Tablas Blanc and 2019 Esprit de Tablas, as well as one of our more limited releases, the 2020 Cinsaut. We loved her concluding remarks:

To me these wines are elegant wines which is an indicator they are going to be ageworthy.
Jul 16th, 2022
Josh Raynolds (July 2022): 30 Wines 90+ Points

We were excited to read Josh Raynolds' annual reviews of our wines on, focusing on the 2019 and 2020 vintages. 30 wines received 90+ points, with 24 receiving scores of 92 or higher.

Highlights from current releases included the 2019 Esprit de Tablas (95 points), 2019 Esprit de Tablas Blanc (94 points), 2019 Full Circle (94 points), 2020 Grenache (92-93 points), and 2019 Panoplie (97 points). Upcoming releases included 2020 Esprit de Tablas (93-94 points), 2020 Esprit de Tablas Blanc (93-94 points), and 2020 Panoplie (94-95 points).

You can read his extended article "Paso Robles Can't Stop Winning" at (Subscription required)

Jul 7th, 2022
Napa Valley Register Article on white wines of paso robles

Napa Valley Register: Emerging whites of Paso Robles

We were excited to see writer Allen R. Balik highlight the white wines of Paso Robles in this recent article. Proprietor Jason Haas is highlighted in the article saying:

“Now whites represent nearly 40% of our annual production split between the richer Roussanne and Viognier to the brighter Grenache Blanc, Picpoul, and Vermentino. Whites especially benefit from the cold nights and warm days to develop a spine of refreshing acidity and a persistent saline minerality combined with a complementary fruit intensity.”
Jun 30th, 2022
Community Wine Awards

Marketing Director Ian Consoli Receives 2022 "Master Marketer" Community Wine Award

The Community Wine Awards recognizes individuals and organizations that make Paso Robles Wine Country a better place to live and work. Our Marketing Director, Ian Consoli, received the "Master Marketer" award given to, "An innovative person that constantly thinks outside the box to creatively market their business and uniquely promote Paso Wine."

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