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Tablas Creek Patelin de Tablas Rose 2013

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WHWC Staff Notes: Rosés are rolling in, and I couldn't wait to jump at the opportunity to pick up a few of them. Of the rosé wines I enjoyed over the past few evenings, the 2013 Patelin de Tablas Rosé Paso Robles took top honors. I opened this pink gem to pair with a California endive salad topped with diced tomatoes, avocado, pomegranate, and crab. This crisp, refreshing, and elegant rosé really hit the spot. For under $20, you're hard pressed to match the price-to-quality you get here. In the glass, this pale pink beauty give hints of strawberry, flower petals, citrus, and honeydew. On the palate, there's a nice minerality that leads to crisp, generous, red Grenache fruit that is mouthwatering and clean. This is a perfect quaffing wine to pair with any light dish, and let me tell you, I did just that. So next time you find yourself looking for a white wine alternative, grab a bottle of this elegant rosé and enjoy! -Tim Snyder, 4/4/14

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Tablas Creek Vineyard:
Tablas Creek, founded by the Perrin brothers of Chateau de Beaucastel and Robert Haas of Vineyard Brands, produces organically farmed, estate-grown Rhone varietals and blends in the limestone clay soils of west Paso Robles.

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WHWC Staff Notes: Rosés are rolling in, and I couldn't wait to jump at the opportunity to pick up a few of them. Of the rosé wines I enjoyed over the past few evenings, the 2013 Patelin de Tablas Rosé Paso Robles took top honors. I opened this pink gem to pair with a California endive salad topped with diced tomatoes, avocado, pomegranate, and crab. This crisp, refreshing, and elegant rosé really hit the spot. For under $20, you're hard pressed to match the price-to-quality you get here. In the glass, this pale pink beauty give hints of strawberry, flower petals, citrus, and honeydew. On the palate, there's a nice minerality that leads to crisp, generous, red Grenache fruit that is mouthwatering and clean. This is a perfect quaffing wine to pair with any light dish, and let me tell you, I did just that. So next time you find yourself looking for a white wine alternative, grab a bottle of this elegant rosé and enjoy! -Tim Snyder, 4/4/14

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