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Feb 15th, 2024
Rainbow over Tablas Creek

Decanter reports on rain in California wine country

Decanter's US Editor Clive Pursehouse speaks to our Jason Haas as a part of his report on the impact of the recent rains on California's wine country, and included photos taken during and after the rain by Director of Winemaking Neil Collins. From Jason's report:

‘The rains here were nothing but good news,’ Haas said. ‘We got about 15cm spread over a week, and that pushes us up to about 45cm for the year. That’s about 125% of normal for this date. It’s late enough in the winter season that the cover crops are very well established, and there was no erosion or any negative impacts whatsoever.’
Dec 11th, 2023
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Men's Journal: Holiday Gifting Guide 2023: The Best Paso Robles Reds

The 2020 Tablas Creek Tannat made Men's Journal's list of "Best Paso Robles Reds"! Writer Matthew Kaner had kind things to say about the region:

The wines have long been incredibly made and coveted by those in the know
Dec 11th, 2023
Must Check Presentation 2022

December is the 11th Must! Charities Month at Tablas Creek: We're Donating $1 from Each Bottle We Sell!

All December, your wine orders help support children and families in need. This is our 11th year participating in this charity program, where we're donating $1 from each bottle we sell online, by phone, or in our tasting room to must! Charities, a local organization founded by members of the Paso Robles wine community that provides funds and organizational support to great organizations in our local community. Read more about must! Charities and why we support them on the blog.

Every purchase helps a great organization make a difference in the Paso Robles community.

Nov 24th, 2023
California Now Podcast

Proprietor Jason Haas shares his Paso Robles recommendations on California Now Podcast

Proprietor Jason Haas is this week's guest on Visit California's bi-weekly podcast, California Now. Jason shares the origin of Tablas Creek, the three factors that drew us to Paso Robles, the importation of our original clones from our partners at Chateau de Beaucastel, and our move from organic to biodynamic to Regenerative Organic.⁠

Our favorite part of this segment comes when host Soterios Johnson asks Jason about some of his favorite spots on the Central Coast. Jason names a baker's dozen of his favorite local wineries, his three favorite local beaches, three great downtown Paso Robles hotels, four local restaurants, and even his two favorite farmers' markets. Listen and then plan your next trip!⁠

Nov 21st, 2023
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Wine Enthusiast: The Best Wineries (and More) to Visit in Paso Robles Right Now

We are proud to make Matt Kettman's list of "Best Wineries to Visit" in Paso Robles. From Matt's piece:

For an educational experience, head through the oak-lined twists of Adelaida Road to Tablas Creek Vineyard. Founded in the 1990s by wine importer Robert Haas, who worked with the Perrin family of Chateau Beaucastel to identify the best place for Rhône varieties in California, Tablas is “the epitome of Paso,” says Addamo. “You go to that tasting room to learn something.”
Nov 17th, 2023
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Decanter: Paso Robles 2021

We were excited to see writer Brianne Cohen's report on Paso Robles' 2021 vintage in their most recent issue. She highlighted Tablas Creek as a Key Producer, our Patelin de Tablas Blanc as a Value Pick, and our Esprit de Tabas Blanc as one of the Wines of the Vintage.

Oct 17th, 2023
Jancis Robinson Paso Robles Reviews 2023

JancisRobinson.com: Paso Robles for Wine Lovers

We were thrilled with Samantha Cole-Johnson's three-part review of Paso Robles on JancisRobinson.com. Her insightful articles included favorable reviews for Tablas Creek wines and the region as a whole. One of our highlights was her tasting note on our 2021 Esprit de Tablas:

Tasted blind. Medium ruby in colour. Dried herbs, red cherries and bitter chocolate on the nose. Bright and fresh on the palate with high acidity and superfine lightweight tannin. Lingering finish. In a flight of heavier-weight reds this goes down very easily – so lovely.

You can read each of her articles by clicking the links below. *Please note that JancisRobinson.com does require a subscription.

Paso Robles for wine lovers

Paso Robles – the wines, part 1

Paso Robles – the wines, part 2

Oct 16th, 2023
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James Suckling Reviews: 20 wines up to 95 points!

We were excited to see twenty Tablas Creek wines rated between 90 and 95 points in reviewer Kevin Davy's Paso Robles report on jamesuckling.com. From his introduction on the region:

Winemakers in California’s Paso Robles are releasing wines from a vintage that they are calling one of their best ever, and after tasting 365 wines in September in the region, we share the same excitement for the 2021.
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