Texture: Medium-plus weight styled rosè that can stand up to rich autumnal foods
Tablas Creek has been a pioneer in Paso Robles for the past three decades. Steeped in the Rhône Valley tradition, the family that owns produces these fabulous wines from California. These vineyards are farmed biodynamically with sheep, alpacas, and donkeys roaming the landscape, creating an amazing holistic environment for the grapes. It’s the free-spirited wine you would drink while sitting on someone’s shoulders at Coachella.
This blend of mostly Grenache (red fruits, spices), with parts of Mourvèdre (black fruits, power), and Counoise (elegance, fun) has spicy aromatics, mandarin orange, nectarine, salty air, citrus blossom, and crushed rock.
Food pairing: Pan-seared salmon with sautéed farmers market vegetables.
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