Unique Wines Of Tablas Creek
Tablas Creek in Paso Robles is somewhat of a pioneer, as far as Central Coast vineyards are concerned. Not only do they utilize both the oak and stainless barrels during the fermentation process, but they have imported fresh grapevine cuttings from the Chau de Beaucastel region in Rhone, France. These high quality vines spent three years in the U.S.D.A. quarantine being rigorously screened, before they were released to Tablas Creek’s “grapevine nursery” in 1993. Home to the only on-site vine nursery of any vineyard in California, Tablas Creek Vineyard has now sold cuttings of these unique Rhone varietals to hundreds of other producers around the West Coast.