Once inside, there are many tasting areas and rooms throughout, and you'll be certain to notice that they have a TON of assorted merchandise for sale. Our wine host was McKenna, and she was very nice and knowledgeable. I may say that in a lot of my blogs, but I still get amazed at the amount of knowledge these people have!
that is one of the many reasons why I love wine! Just keeping it real.
What we tasted:
2014 Grenache Blanc
2012 Esprit de Tablas Blanc (75% Roussanne, 20% Grenache Blanc, 5% Picpoul Blanc)
2015 Patelin de Tablas Rosé (68% Grenache, 13% Counoise, 11% Mourvedre, 8% Syrah)
2013 Cotes de Tablas (55% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 10% Counoise, 5% Mourvedre)
2012 Esprit de Tablas (40% Mourvedre, 30% Syrah, 21% Grenache, 9% Counoise)
2011 Desprit de Tablas (40% Mourvedre, 30% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Counoise)
2013 Full Circle Pinot Noir
What we tried to buy:
2015 Patelin de Tablas Rosé
Tablas Creek Vineyard-
Tablas Creek is one of the older wineries in Paso Robles, and I would say is best known for bringing Rhône style wine to the region. There’s some great information about their history on their website, if you’re interested. Upon entry into the tasting room, there are vines of Rhône Varietals for sale, and canteens full of cold water to take around with you during your visit; there is also a water bowl for dogs, on the ground, as it's a pet friendly place (and we like that).
The winery is very beautiful and BIG! The grounds are very nice and there is a shaded patio area outside, should you wish to bring a picnic. Tablas Creek is a staple of Paso and pretty much on many people’s top ten list of Paso wineries to visit, so please don’t let us deter you. Everyone’s palates and preferences are different, and not everyone is going to have the same opinion....and
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