Join us for the Tablas Creek Wine Dinner at LAH on Tuesday May 23rd at 6:30pm.
Tickets are $125/person
To RSVP: Call 617-457-8130
About Tablas Creek Winery
In 2015, The Daily Meal called Tablas Creek the best winery in America:
“A leader in the use of Rhône varietals in the Paso Robles region, a leader in the fight for approval of 11 sub-districts in the area, and a leader in advancing sustainable and biodynamic vineyard practices not just in its own region but throughout California, this 25-year-old Paso Robles property — owned by noted wine importer Robert Haas and the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel (Rhône Valley royalty) — is as good as it gets. The wines are just amazing: rich, juicy whites (largely roussanne) and reds (mostly mourvèdre) sold under the Esprit de Tablas (formerly Esprit de Beaucastel) label; the more approachable Côtes de Tablas offerings (based on viognier for the white, grenache for the red); the fresh, sunny Patelin de Tablas rosé (grenache) and white (grenache blanc); the limited-edition single-variety wines released from time to time based on a wide variety of grapes (vermentino, petit manseng, and tannat as well as more familiar Rhône varieties) — it’s hard to know what to open first. John Tilson of The Underground Wine Letter hails Tablas Creek ‘for bringing Old World know-how to a new viticulture area,’ adding that ‘Sustainable agriculture practices and traditional winemaking have established them as a role model for Rhône varietals [in California] and the wines are consistently excellent.”