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 11:59pm on Sunday, May 1st, 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.
We were honored and humbled to learn that The Daily Meal placed Tablas Creek at #1 on its list of 101 Best Wineries in America for 2015 among an impressive collection of exemplary producers. They called us "a leader in the use of Rhône varietals in the Paso Robles region, a leader in the fight for approval of 11 sub-districts in the area, and a leader in advancing sustainable and biodynamic vineyard practices". Wineries were selected based on input from a panel of sommeliers, wine writers, chefs and restaurateurs for "what gets put into the bottle" but also considering factors such as innovation, leadership in their region, and value. Full list of recent press »
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 »
We were thrilled to receive such good reviews and comments from both Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and Antonio Galloni’s Vinous Media. Jeb Dunnuck, writing in the Wine Advocate, commented that “the 2013s are superb, and the 2014s look even better”. Josh Raynolds, writing in Vinous, gave 25 different wines 90+ ratings, including the 2013 Esprit de Tablas Blanc (91 points; “Smooth...focused”), 2013 En Gobelet (92 points; “shows excellent focus and persistence”), and the 2013 Esprit de Tablas (93 points; "concentrated” with a “strikingly long finish").
You can also read our week-by-week reports on the 2015 harvest in our Harvest Journal, read recent press we've received or our most recent newsletter, or browse an archive of past 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.
October 14th - 16th, 2016
Celebrate Paso Robles Harvest Wine Weekend with Tablas Creek. Join us in the tasting room all weekend for a first look at our flagship Esprit de Tablas wines from the vibrant, powerful 2014 vintage. We will kick off the festival Friday night at McPhee's Grill in Templeton (SOLD OUT) with a four-course, four-wine dinner. To be added to the wait-list call us at 805.237.1231 x230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. On Saturday, join us in the cellar at Tablas Creek for a series of interactive harvest cellar tours throughout the day. Led by Executive Winemaker Neil Collins, guests will sample wines in various stages of the winemaking process and learn about the 2016 harvest and winemaking at Tablas Creek. Tours will be offered 10:30, 12:00, 2:00 and 3:30 (limited to 20 guests per tour; free to all guests). Details & more events »
Each month we feature a wine showing particularly well and offer it at a 10% discount. September's wine is the juicy 2015 Patelin de Tablas Blanc. Details »
September 23, 2016
By Suphada Rom
The bite of pork melted in my mouth like a pat of butter would over warm bread- a slow and even coating. The bits of vegetable melded into one with the thick and stewy tomato sauce. Chewing... not necessary with a dish as fall-apart tender as this. A scoop of weighty, creamy, cheese-laden polenta registered on my palate just long enough to be cleared away by the freshness of a large gulp of wine. Comfort food at its finest: ready to power you through the hibernation you are sure to embark on. Read More »