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Varietals Produced by Paso Creek View all
The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...
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The election is over but the fun continues! How far can our country be dragged down by 'fake news' and 'alternative facts'? You be the judge... Read More
RBA, I listened to a lot of Frampton growing up, sounds like a great concert.OT, we're making plans to be in your neck of the woods in March, if you can hang on to that '05 Fred until then we'll bring along something comparable.I must be on an '06 kick as we thoroughly enjoyed this Tablas Creek Esprit de Beaucastel last night with our friends th... Read More
Wildfires Threaten Wine Regions in California, PortugalWildfires are again ravaging California, threatening the vineyards and livelihoods of many in notable winegrowing regions. South of Carmel Valley, the Soberanes fire has been blazing since July 22, burning more than 79,000 acres. The fire is still only 60 percent contained, but has not threa... Read More
Ok, new year and time for a new topic of discussion. Just yesterday I opened this Pinot Noir from California that initially sounded promising. First - it was given to Sandra as a retirement gift so it was free. Second - a Pinot Noir bottled in St. Helena CA, so it has to be decent, right? and Third - a nice looking label. Well, this 2014 Me... Read More
A most enjoyable 2014 grenache blanc from Tablas. There's a bit of lemon and butterscotch on the nose. The palate is creamy lemon chiffon, a hint of apricot, some really nice acidity, a medium long finish and a touch of lemon drop on the back end. Read More
On and off with differing frequency mention is made on these boards of garnacha as a choice for certain palates, and in certain contexts. Most of the mention here is pretty generic, and doesn't get down to any level of detail.Would like to suggest we take up the subject of wines from this grape with better focus. Where is good, who makes the goo... Read More
I've seen a lot of posts re: Rhys but haven't found any out here, yet. I'll also keep my eye out for the Alesia - thanks for the note.Received my Tablas Creek fall shipment today, 1st of a few ; -) so we opened this 2013 Cotes de Tablas Blanc that we bought in July.This is another fantastic Tablas Cotes de Tablas Blanc, in line with the '10, '... Read More
This is a really enjoyable Paso Rhone blend from Tablas Creek. Loads of ripe dark berries and cherries on the nose. This is followed up with a lot more of the same on the tongue along with some earthiness, a touch of leather, decent acidity and some slightly grainy tannins that should resolve nicely with just a bit of age. Read More
RBA, QPR is quality to price ration, i.e., bang for your buck.MJET, for those Paso wineries you listed I would basically agree (except for Adelaida, which I find makes some very good affordable juice). There are plenty of hidden and not so hidden gems such as Tablas Creek, Windward, Kiamie, Jack Creek and Terry Hoage. Read More
OT, I agree. For my palate, the zin was too hot and big. I won't say more on that, as I am not usually a zin fan for the most part.I had the Viognier as well, and although you say this grape needs to be blended, I have had few single varietals that are decent. It is hard to do... it does (and should IMO) typically exhibit a floral nose, foll... Read More
Jan 8, 2013
I love this wine. I discovered it at Trader Joe's in Riverside Ca., and now can't buy it there anymore. The price was great. However, they don't have it anymore. Darn!