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Mar 22nd, 2020
Tablas Creek Closed Tasting Room From Adelaida Road

How to Help Your Favorite Wineries Survive the Coronavirus Pandemic

We're just one of hundreds of wineries in Paso Robles, and thousands of wineries in California, who've been navigating the coronavirus crisis. Restaurants, tour companies, hotels, neighborhood shops... really the whole tourism infrastructure has been disrupted or shut down indefinitely.

The outpouring of phone calls, texts, and emails we've gotten from people has been really heartwarming. One thing so many of them have asked is "how can we help?" We've been answering everyone individually, but Jason thought it would be timely and helpful to expand his five main suggestions into a blog.

Mar 17th, 2020
April Shipping 2

$10 Flat-Rate Shipping

We know that many of us are staying at home either by choice or by mandate. Tasting rooms are closed. In order make it easier for you to enjoy our wines, any order you place from now through the end of April will be shipped anywhere we ship for just $10. Stay safe and open a bottle of something nice. You deserve it.

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

Mar 10th, 2020
Wine Spectator Article Photo Apr 2020

Wine Spectator Feature (Apr. 2020): Tablas Creek's French Accent

We're excited to be the subject of our a terrific Wine Spectator feature article written by Senior Editor Tim Fish. From his conclusion:

"With three decades in the rearview, the Haas and Perrin families have established a singular position in California wine with Tablas Creek. It is a true hybrid of New World and Old."

You can read the full article on the Wine Spectator Web site, or via PDF below.

Feb 28th, 2020
Wine Enthusiast Regenerative Ag Article Sheep At Tablas Creek

Wine Enthusiast: Beyond Organic: The Winemakers Leading a Sustainable Revolution

Our sheep lead off this terrific new article in Wine Enthusiast on regenerative agriculture that also includes a conversation with our Viticulturist Jordan Lonborg. If you haven't come across this term before, this is a great introduction. If you have, you know that it's the only viable path to the future, where farming becomes a key part of solving the world's sustainability challenges.

Feb 21st, 2020
Tiny Footprints Green Bottles

Tiny Footprints: How Wine and Beer Bottles Are Going Green

There's a great piece in Spirited Magazine (which includes a conversation with our Jason Haas) on how progressive wineries and breweries are looking at packaging to reduce our environmental footprint. Going to lighter bottles is just a part of what we've done.

Feb 21st, 2020
Jason And Bob Grapecollective

Paso Robles: A Wine Community Like No Other

Lisa Denning wrote an excellent new Grape Collective piece on Paso Robles. Not only does she feature Tablas Creek and some of our favorite neighbors, she got the spirit of community and experimentation that makes Paso special.

Feb 21st, 2020
Wine Enthusiast Cellar Selections Photo

Tablas Creek 2017 Esprit de Tablas Red (Adelaida District) - 94 Points

The 2017 Esprit de Tablas received 94 points and a beautiful description (and was named a "Cellar Selection") from Mett Kettmenn at Wine Enthusiast.

Feb 21st, 2020
Wine Spectator 9 Rhones

9 Remarkable California Rhônes at 90+ Points

It's always fun to see one of our wines in WineSpectator's periodic "best of recent tastings" lists. This one on "9 Remarkable California Rhones" includes our Cotes Blanc ("Crisp and focused, balancing fleshy apricot, melon and nectarine flavors")