Tablas Creek Vineyard is counted among the finest vineyards in the country. They’ve also gained acclaim for some of their wines all over the globe, which is certainly worth being proud of. The folks at this outstanding vineyard deserve to be proud of their achievements and a visit to their estate is certainly worth planning for.
This gorgeous estate is spread across 120 acres and features some idyllic scenery. From the Paso Robles city center, it takes 25 minutes to reach the vineyard, which is well-situated with plenty of road access. The views while traveling to the vineyard will have your camera popping as well, which is an added bonus.
Tablas Creek Vineyard was established by 2 families in 1989. The Perrin Family and Robert Haas were in the business of importing wine for a pretty long period of time before they bought land for setting up Tablas Creek Vineyard. The vineyards today only employ organic farming in order to grow the grapes for wine making. This ensures that the quality of the wine is pretty astute and meets the Certified Organic standards that have become quite popular.
In 2010, they launched the Patelin de Tablas collection, which was an instant hit with the local Wine lovers as well as wine consumers across the world. They have released several vintages over the years that have gained great acclaim, making them a producer of premium wines, which keeps the connoisseurs quite happy.
There is plenty to do at this lovely location from their tasting experiences to tours of the vineyard. We certainly suggest both, as you’ll love the atmosphere and the staff are friendly, informative, and quite knowledgeable.
If you’ve had the opportunity to try any of the luscious wines from this outstanding vineyard, be sure to let us know about your experience in the comments. We’d love to hear from you. In the meantime, we’ll be hard at work here in West Palm Beach, as we’re striving to be ready for our opening in October. We hope to see you there!
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