Recipe Archive

Tablas Creek publishes a recipe in each issue of our quarterly newsletter, designed to pair with one or more of our wines. A recipe archive is below. You can sign up for the newsletter online, or view an archive of past newsletters.

Recipes Primary Wine Pairing Secondary Wine Pairing(s)
Chicken with Forty Cloves of Garlic Clos Blanc Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Boeuf Provençal Esprit de Beaucastel Côtes de Tablas
Reserve Cuvée
Crispy Crab Risotto Dianthus Rosé Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Grilled Scallops with Grilled Apples Côtes de Tablas Blanc Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Fusilli with Creamy Tomato, Mushroom and Sausage Sauce Côtes de Tablas Esprit de Beaucastel
Reserve Cuvée
Spicy Orange Shrimp Ceviche Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc Roussanne
Ginger/Scallion Chicken Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc Côtes de Tablas Blanc
Pork Chops with Balsamic Cherry Sauce Las Tablas Estates Glenrose Vineyard Syrah
Duck Leg and Farro Risotto Mourvèdre Esprit de Beaucastel
Farmer’s Market Tomato Salad Grenache Blanc Dianthus Rosé
Spanish Omelette Dianthus Rosé Roussanne
Chicken Provencale Côtes de Tablas Mourvèdre
Pomegranate Lamb Chops Syrah Esprit de Beaucastel
Grilled Shrimp & Grits Counoise Dianthus Rosé
Cream of Grilled Asparagus Soup Vermentino Côtes de Tablas Blanc
Mussels Mariniere Côtes de Tablas Blanc Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Duck Breast with Spaetzle Mourvèdre Esprit de Beaucastel
Bearnaise Sauce Panoplie Esprit de Beaucastel
Provençal Fish with Fennel Grenache Blanc Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Baked Coquilles St. Jacques Roussanne Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Clos Blanc
Pork Loin with Apricots Esprit de Beaucastel Côtes de Tablas
Chicken Piccata Roussanne Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Asian Beef Stir Fry Roussanne Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc
Braised Short Ribs Côtes de Tablas Esprit de Beaucastel
Andalusian Gazpacho Dianthus Rosé  
Carrot, Leek and Potato Soup Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc Roussanne
Braised Tuna or Swordfish in Vermentino Vermentino Picpoul
Pork Loin with Apples and Winter Vegetables Vermentino Picpoul

 

Events

Cruise the Rhone with Tablas Creek

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!


Tablas Creek News

We can now ship to AZ!

We are excited that we have received our shipping permit for the great state of Arizona. Arizonans can now order wine or join our wine clubMore shipping news »

Vinous: 28 Wines 90+ Points

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 »

Tablas Creek wins 2016 California Green Medal for Sustainability

The CA Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance awarded Tablas Creek one of four 2016 Green Medals for leadership in sustainability. Our practices »

February Feature: 2014 Full Circle Pinot Noir

Each month we feature one item that we think is showing particularly well at a 10% discount. February's feature is our 2014 Full Circle Pinot Noir. Details »


On the Tablas Blog

Tablas Creek Lambs and Tablas Creek Lamb

February 20, 2017
As many of you know, we have been building up our flock this year. The animals help build up our soil, spreading manure thoroughly and evenly, reducing or eliminating our need to bring in outside fertilizer. They help keep weeds down and reduce the number of tractor passes we need come spring. And they attract different microbes and insects into soil that is vibrantly alive in a way that just doesn't happen in a monoculture. The past few years, we've had around 80 sheep, along with a few alpacas, two donkeys, and a llama. Now, thanks to a fertile winter season, we're up to 165 sheep, plus the other members of the menagerie. The flock can at times be seen from the tasting room, but is more often working quietly, out of view: Read More »