Map & Directions

Our Location

9339 Adelaida Road, Paso Robles, CA 93446

Directions to Tablas Creek Vineyard

From downtown Paso Robles

  • Take Spring Street north to 24th Street. Turn left on 24th Street.
  • 24th Street curves to the right and becomes Nacimiento Lake Drive.
  • Continue on Nacimiento 1.5 miles and turn left on Adelaida Road.
  • Travel 9.3 miles along Adelaida Road. Tablas Creek Vineyard is on your left, still on Adelaida Road, 3/10 mile past the intersection with Vineyard Drive.

From the North (San Francisco, San Jose) Head South on Highway 101

  • Take the Spring Street exit which is the first Paso Robles exit. Go straight ahead.
  • Take Spring Street to 24th Street. Turn right on 24th Street.
  • 24th Street curves to the right and becomes Nacimiento Lake Drive.
  • Continue on Nacimiento 1.5 miles and turn left on Adelaida Road.
  • Travel 9.3 miles along Adelaida Road. Tablas Creek Vineyard is on on your left, still on Adelaida Road, 3/10 mile past the intersection with Vineyard Drive.

From the South (Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo) Head North on Highway 101

  • Take the Vineyard Drive exit in Templeton, and turn left onto Vineyard Drive.
  • In 3.2 miles, you will intersect Highway 46. Stay straight across Highway 46.
  • Continue 9.3 miles on Vineyard Drive until it dead-ends into Adelaida Road.
  • Turn left on Adelaida Road. Tablas Creek Vineyard will be on the left in about 3/10 mile.

From the East (Fresno, Bakersfield, I-5) Head West on Highway 46

  • Follow 46 into Paso Robles. Do not get on US-101.
  • 46 will turn into 24th Street. Stay straight across Spring Street.
  • 24th Street curves to the right and becomes Nacimiento Road.
  • Continue on Nacimiento Road 1.5 miles and turn left on Adelaida Road.
  • Travel 9.3 miles along Adelaida Road. Tablas Creek Vineyard is on on your left, still on Adelaida Road, 3/10 mile past the intersection with Vineyard Drive.

From the Coast (Cambria/Cayucos/Morro Bay/Big Sur) Head East on Highway 46

  • Follow PCH (Highway 1) to Highway 46, and take 46 East.
  • Follow Highway 46 15.3 miles to Jack Creek Road. Take a left on Jack Creek.
  • Follow Jack Creek Road 1.7 miles until its intersection with Vineyard Drive
  • Take a left on Vineyard Drive and follow it 8.3 miles to the intersection of Vineyard Drive and Adelaida Road.
  • Turn left on Adelaida Road.
  • Tablas Creek Vineyard is on the left, in approximately 3/10 mile.
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 »