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.
In their annual recap of California Rhones (subscription required), the Wine Spectator was pleased by what it found ("California Rhônes hit quality highs as styles coalesce around regions and grapes").
We were thrilled to see two of our whites tied for the highest score awarded within the category in the last year. The 93 received by our 2014 Roussanne, was the highest score ever given by Wine Spectator to the grape, while the 2015 Patelin de Tablas Blanc received an equal score, a "smart buy" designation, and the comments "This vibrant and mouthwatering white shows green apple, Meyer lemon and dried pineapple favors that are fresh and juicy". More recent press »
We were honored to learn that The Daily Meal placed Tablas Creek at #2 on its list of 101 Best Wineries in America for 2016 among an impressive collection of iconic producers. They said "sustainable agriculture practices and traditional winemaking have established them as a role model for Rhône varietals [in California] and the wines are consistently excellent."
This January, we learned that the members of the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance voted Tablas Creek Partner & General Manager Jason Haas the 2015 Paso Robles Wine Industry Person of the Year for his "outstanding contributions toward the success of the Paso Robles wine industry". His father, Tablas Creek founder Robert Haas, wrote an appreciation on our blog.
Last April, The Rhone Rangers recognized Robert Haas with the Rhone Rangers Lifetime Achievement Award, given for services to the American Rhone movement. It's just the second-ever lifetime achievement award that the organization has given out. Details » Video tribute from other California icons »
You can also read our week-by-week reports on the 2016 harvest in our Harvest Journal, read recent press we've received or browse an archive of our newsletters. For the newest updates, visit the award-winning Tablas Creek Blog! Finally, we maintain a page on direct shipping news.
Join us! We are busy locally and around the country with seminars, tastings and wine dinners. Read about all of these on our upcoming events page.
July 2nd - 9th, 2017
We’re excited to be returning to the Mediterranean in the summer of 2017 to host a Rhone River cruise aboard the wonderful Uniworld ship S.S. Catherine. Partner Jason Haas, with his wife Meghan, and Executive Winemaker Neil Collins, with his wife Marci, will host this 8-day cruise from Avignon to Lyon. For all the details, and to book, visit our travel partners' Web site at foodandwinetrails.com/tablascreek2017 or call Food & Wine Trails at (800) 367-5348. We hope that you will join us!
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 send wine to yourself, your family or your friends. Buy Wine »
In Antonio Galloni's Vinous (Sept. 2016) 28 Tablas wines topped 90 points, including 2014 Esprit Blanc (93), 2013 Panoplie (95), 2014 Patelin de Tablas (91) and 2014 En Gobelet (93). Read the review » More press »
April 26, 2017
I was struck recently by a headline posted recently by a Seattle-dwelling friend of mine: Seattle just broke a 122-year-old record for rain. The total rainfall for this famously rainy city between October 2016 and April 2017? 44.67". Here at Tablas Creek, over the same period, we've received 41.57" of rain. No, you aren't reading that wrong. The rainfall we've received this past winter would be one of the wettest winters ever recorded in Seattle. So perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that the below landscape (taken down near our creek a few months ago) could be straight out of the Pacific Northwest: Read More »