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2023 Marsanne Bottle

2023 Marsanne

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The 2023 Tablas Creek Vineyard Marsanne is Tablas Creek’s eleventh varietal bottling of Marsanne, best known from the northern Rhone's Hermitage appellation, where it is renowned for making some of the world's most age-worthy white wines.

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Tasting Notes

A lovely nose of grilled peach, honeycomb, sweet green herbs, warm straw, and petrichor. In the mouth, gentle but persistent, with flavors of cantaloupe and preserved lemon, lovely texture, and a little gentle minty lift.

Technical Details


  • Adelaida District Paso Robles

Technical Notes

  • 12.5% Alcohol by Volume
  • 100 Cases Produced


  • 100% Marsanne


  • roc-gold
  • ccof-organic

Recipes & Pairings

Food Pairings

  • Mussels Marinière
  • Green salads with avocado and citrus dressing
  • Scallops
  • Light-fleshed fish (halibut, sole) with tropical salsa

Production Notes

The grapes for our 2023 Marsanne were grown on Regenerative Organic Certified™ and biodynamic estate vineyard.

The 2023 vintage began with our wettest-ever winter, replenishing ground water and delaying budbreak. It continued with our coolest growing season in more than a decade, which combined with the late start to produce a harvest roughly a month later than most recent years, beginning in mid-September and not concluding until mid-November. Warm, sunny weather starting in October allowed the later-ripening varieties to reach full maturity. The exceptionally long hangtime and gradual ripening combined to produce fruit with deep colors, remarkable intensity, and noteworthy vibrancy. We believe 2023 has all the hallmarks of a blockbuster year.

The Marsanne was whole-cluster pressed, and fermented in a mix of stainless steel (to emphasize its clean crisp flavors and minerality) and foudre (to build body and richness). Only native yeasts were used. We fermented it in 600-gallon foudres for a balance of richness and brightness, then chose the lots for our varietal bottling, returned it to large wood for a few more months, and bottled it in June 2024.