The VINsider wine club is an opportunity to join the Tablas Creek family. Every six months, members receive a six-bottle shipment of wines chosen by our winemakers. Selections include pre-release specials, members-only cuvées, and unique single-varietal bottlings.
Wine club members receive a 20% discount on all wine and merchandise purchases (25% on wine orders of 12 bottles or more), the opportunity to order futures on the Esprit de Beaucastel and Panoplie, and priority invitations to and discounts on winemaker dinners, educational seminars, and special events.
We also encourage you to learn about the VINsider Wine Club Collector’s Edition, which provides members with access to our flagship Esprit de Beaucastel wines that we've aged in our cellars since 2003. Questions? Email our wine club team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to offer, in addition to our classic mix of red and white wines (and the occasional dry rosé) in each shipment, options for VINsider club members who prefer red-only and white-only shipments. Like our classic mix, the red-only and white-only options are selected from small-production lots, special blends, and sneak previews. Current VINsider Club members can select red-only or white-only options on the VINsider Update Form, and prospective new members can choose their preferred color mix when they register on the VINsider Sign-Up Form.
Please note that due to the limited supplies of our library wines, we cannot offer red-only or white-only options for our Collector's Edition shipments, although Collector's Edition members are welcome to choose red-only or white-only for their spring shipments.
If you have any questions about our different color mix options, please contact us at email@example.com or 805.237.1231 x30.
We are pleased to offer a complimentary service for our wine club members. Many of you know our associate Joelle Cliff from her great work in the tasting room. She grew up in France and has traveled extensively; we are excited to announce that she has put her experience at the service of all of you as our new Wine Club Concierge. For advice and reservation help with a visit to Paris, the various wine regions of France, or your next visit to the California Central Coast, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and look forward to a detailed response from Joelle. For more information on Joelle’s background and the other services she offers, visit her website: terroirstravels.com
Need to update your membership information on file for the VINsider Wine Club? Please fill out the update form. If you don't remember your VINsider number, just enter "don't remember" into the appropriate field and update any information that may have changed.
Already a VINsider? Visit the VINsider News Page for recent developments, shipment dates, member events, will call information, and incentive programs. You can always order wine from the online order form, and your VINsider discount will be automatically applied.
You're invited to join us for an Earth Day celebration Sunday, April 24 at Tablas Creek Vineyard. Visit the winery all weekend from 10am to 5pm and learn about our organic and Biodynamic viticulture and limestone soils. Taste the wines from the current VINsider Wine Club shipment, and see our biodynamic sheep, alpacas, donkeys and llama! Tours run daily at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Also, enjoy the high-energy sounds of Bear Market Riot from noon to 3:00 PM on our terraced patio.
We were proud to learn that Tablas Creek Partner/GM Jason Haas was voted by his peers the 2015 Paso Robles Wine Industry Person of the Year. His father, our founder Robert Haas, wrote this appreciation on our blog.
In Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (Issue 220) 15 Tablas wines topped 90 points, including 2014 Esprit de Tablas (93-96), 2013 Panoplie (94-96), and 2014 Panoplie (95-97). Read the review » More press »
April 27, 2016
Think of each plant that's growing in a given plot of land as like a wick, with its roots delving into the soil for available moisture. If we had overabundant water, we might want to leave some surface weeds to keep levels more reasonable. Instead, in our California climate, eliminating competition from grasses and other surface plants is an essential part of our ability to dry farm. Tilling in the cover crop also allows the insects and microorganisms in the soil to start breaking down the surface biomass accumulated during the winter growth into nutrients that the vines will draw from in the coming months. Finally, the loosening of the soil creates an insulating layer at the surface that helps conserve the water deeper down. Read More »