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Tablas Creek, Patelin de Tablas Rose 2021, Paso Robles, Central Coast, CA

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This traditional Provence-style rosé is blended from Grenache, Mourvèdre, and Counoise to create a wine with vibrant acidity and notes of stone fruit, white flowes, and chalky minerals with a mouth-watering finish.

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Tablas Creek, Patelin de Tablas Rosé 2021, Paso Robles, Central Coast, CA

This traditional Provence-style rosé is blended from Grenache, Mourvèdre, and Counoise to create a wine with vibrant acidity and notes of stone fruit, white flowes, and chalky minerals with a mouth-watering finish.

COUNTRY: United State of America (USA)



REGION: Central Coast

SUBREGIONS: Adelaida District, El Pomar, & Creston



GRAPES:  79% Grenache, 15% Mourvèdre, 6% Counoise

SOIL: Shallow, rocky limetstone

PRACTICE: Demeter Certified Biodynamic & Organic

VINIFICATION: 80% direct pressed into stainless steel tanks with no additional skin contact, 20% de-stemmed and cold soak for 12 hours, then pressed. Native yeast fermentation, blended, and cold stabilized

STYLE: Still

COLOR: Light peach-pink

BODY: Light to Medium (3-4)


PRIMARY AROMAS: Pink grapefruit, cherry blossom, nectarine, cherry blossom, mineral

FLAVOR: Peach juice, vibrant acidity, juicy finish of passionfruit and white flowers.

FORMAT: 750 ml


SERVICE AND SUGGESTION: Chill and enjoy as an aperitif or paired with salmon, sushi, anchovies, sausages, fried chicken, or Mediterranean tapas.

36% Grenache from Lotierzo (Creston) ,19% Grenache from Whalerock (Templeton Gap District), 17% Grenache and Mourvèdre from Hollyhock (El Pomar), 13% Grenache from Beckwith (Adelaida District), 6% Counoise from Clautiere (Geneseo District), 6% Mourvedre from Nevarez (Estrella District), 3% Grenache and Mourvedre from the Tablas Creek estate vineyard




Tablas Creek is the realization of the combined efforts of two of the international wine community’s leading families: the Perrin family, proprietors of Château de Beaucastel, and the Haas family of Vineyard Brands.


Château de Beaucastel has been one of Chateauneuf-du-Pape's greatest estates for decades. First mentioned in the literature in 1549, when the noble Pierre de Beaucastel bought a plot of land in the commune of Coudoulet, it has been run by the Perrin family for five generations, since 1909.

Jacques Perrin, who oversaw the estate in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, has been recognized for bringing the region to recognition, for being a pioneer of organic farming, and for leading the regeneration of traditional grape varieties, most notably Mourvedre. His work has been carried on by his sons Jean-Pierre and Francois, now together with their children Marc, Pierre, Thomas, Cecile, Charles, Matthieu, and Cesar.

Beaucastel has won numerous international awards, including Wine Spectator's Wine of the Year in 1991, Jean-Pierre and Francois Perrin's joint "Man of the Year" award from Decanter in 2014, and induction into the prestigious Primum Familiae Vini (First Families of Wine).


Robert Haas played a leading role in the American wine industry for over half a century. As a buyer for his family's New York retailer M. Lehman starting in the 1950s, Haas traveled through the cellars of France, establishing a formidable reputation as a wine taster while forging lifelong relationships with premier wine producers.

In the mid-1960s he set out on his own to import fine estate wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Loire, Alsace and the Rhône Valley, where he met the Perrins of Château de Beaucastel and convinced family patriarch Jacques Perrin to appoint him the Perrins' exclusive American importer. Through his importing business Vineyard Brands, he worked closely with Jacques' sons Jean-Pierre and Francois Perrin, establishing Beaucastel as one of the international wine community's leading estates.

Over the course of two decades traveling around the United States together to promote their French wines, Haas and the Perrins became friends, and emerged convinced that the Rhone grape varieties so well suited to the sunny south of France would thrive in California's Mediterranean climate. In 1985, the families began looking for property.

Robert Haas was recognized by the Paso Robles Wine Community as 2007 Wine Industry Person of the Year, and in 2014 he received a lifetime achievement award from Rhone Rangers for his contributions to the American Rhone movement. Haas passed away in March 2018. Tributes to his remarkable career appeared in Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The New York Times. His son Jason, who has run the estate since the mid-2000's, was voted by his peers 2015 Paso Robles Wine Country Wine Industry Person of the Year and 2017 San Luis Obispo County Wine Industry Person of the Year.

The Perrin family has received numerous international awards, including the prestigious 2018 Meininger Award for Wine Family of the Year. In addition, Jean-Pierre and Francois Perrin were named Men of the Year by Decanter Magazine in 2014.


The partners searched California from the foothills of the Sierras in the north to coastal Ventura County in the south, looking for a close match to the Mediterranean climate and high pH soils of Château de Beaucastel. In 1989, they purchased a 120-acre parcel twelve miles from the Pacific Ocean in what is now the Adelaida District west of Paso Robles. They named it Tablas Creek Vineyard, after the small creek running through the property.

The property elevation averages 1,500 feet, and the shallow, rocky limestone soils are of the same geologic origin as those at Beaucastel. Summer days are hot and sunny, but the influence of the nearby Pacific cools the nights, and the remarkably Rhône-like Paso Robles climate allows the grapes to mature fully and yet retain crisp acidity. Ample rainfall in the winter allows most of the vineyard to be dry-farmed each year.


The Tablas Creek Vineyard label debuted with the construction of the estate winery for the 1997 vintage.

Tablas Creek Vineyard follows the centuries-old Châteauneuf-du-Pape tradition of blending, to produce wines that balance richness and elegance, while ensuring complexity, freshness, and minerality. Winemaking techniques, including dry farming, native yeast fermentation, and the use of large, neutral French oak foudres for aging allow our wines to reflect authentically the grapes, place and vintage from which they come.

Red wines, comprising about 50% of the vineyard’s production, are made principally from Mourvèdre, Grenache Noir, Syrah, and Counoise. White wines, comprising about 35% of production, are made from Roussanne, Viognier, Marsanne, Picpoul Blanc, and Grenache Blanc. Two rosés, one based on Grenache and the other on Mourvèdre, account for the final 15% of production. Total production averages between 25,000-30,000 cases per year.

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