July 25th - Virtual Wine Tasting w/ Tablas Creek Vineyard and 2nd Generation Owner, Jason Haas

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To join us, please email bradley@andersonllp.com with your name, phone number, which Tablas Creek wines you'd like, and any add-ons. Details below!
We are excited about our next Virtual Tasting with Tablas Creek Vineyard and 2nd Generation Owner, Jason Haas. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN to read the about Tablas Creek Vineyard and Jason Haas. Without a doubt, Tablas Creek Vineyard has one of the coolest stories in California! This is going to be a great tasting!
TABLAS CREEK VINEYARD Zoom Tasting with JASON HAAS 2nd Generation Owner
Veritas Wine Room
Saturday, July 25th 5pm
To Participate:
Purchase any 2 of the 4 bottles listed below
WINE No. 1 Patelin de Tablas Rosé '19 $24
93 points Wilfred Wong of wine.com
Wine No. 2 Côtes de Tablas Blanc '18 $34
92 pts Robert Parker / 92 pts WIne Spectator
Wine No. 3 Patelin de Tablas Rouge '17 $25
92 pts WE / 91 pts WS
Wine No. 4 Esprit de Tablas Rouge '16 $65
92 pts Wine Spectator / 94 pts Wine & Spirits
All wine will be available for CURBSIDE PICKUP at Veritas Wine Room on Thursday the 23rd, Friday the 24th, and Saturday the 25th. In your wine bag you will receive the invitation code for the virtual tasting. Just let us know which pickup day works best for you.
Do you want to add cheese, charcuterie, páté, Berkshire pork, locally sourced Wagyu NY Strips & Wagyu Flat Irons, Wiseman House Chocolates ... just let us know!
The Take Home Frenchie $32
~ Bleu d’Auvergne
~ Petit Basque
~ Le Delice de Bourgogne
~ Pâté
~ Cornichons
~ Grain Mustard
Cheeseboard Add ons:
Dried Figs $3.5
Marcona Almonds $6
Mixed Olives $4
Auricchio Truffle Pecorino $6
Proscuitto di Parma $9
Coppa Italiana $6
Heritage Berkshire Pork Chops - $18 each
Heritage Berkshire Pork Ribs - $9.75 per lb (2 per pack)
A Bar N Ranch Wagyu New York Strips - $45 each
A Bar N Ranch Wagyu Flat Irons - $20 per lb (approx 2.5lbs)
Tablas Creek is a pioneer of California's Rhône movement. Founded in 1989, the winery is the culmination of a friendship between two of the international wine community's leading families: the Perrin family of Château de Beaucastel and the Haas family of Vineyard Brands. After a 4 year search, the partners chose Paso Robles, California, for its many similarities to the Southern Rhône. They began the lengthy process of importing vine cuttings, building a grapevine nursery, and creating an estate vineyard.
The Vineyards at Tablas Creek are proudly Biodynamic and organic certified from Demeter USA.
Tablas Creek Vineyard follows the centuries old Cháteauneuf-du-Pape tradition of blending to produce wines that balance richness and elegance while ensuring complexity, freshness, and minerality. Winemaking techniques include dry farming, hand-harvesting, native yeast fermentation, and the use of large, neutral French oak founders for aging, allow the wines to reflect authentically the grapes, place, and vintage.
Red wines are typically a blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache Noir, Syrah, and Counoise. White wines are typically a blend of Roussanne, Viognier, Marsanne, Picpoul Blanc, and Grenache Blanc.
Jason Haas is the second-generation proprietor of Tablas Creek, serving in the dual roles of Partner and General Manager. Son of Vineyard Brands founder (and Tablas Creek co-founder) Robert Haas, he grew up in the wine business, including spending two summers working at Château de Beaucastel.
After obtaining a Master's Degree in Archaeology from Cornell and spending a four-year stint managing a tech company in Washington, DC, Jason moved to California to join Tablas Creek in April of 2002, where he oversees the business, winemaking, sales and marketing.
In addition to his work at Tablas Creek, Jason is President of the Rhone Rangers board of directors, past Chairman of the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, and a board member of Free the Grapes. His writing has been published in Wine Business Monthly, Wines & Vines, Decanter, Wine Industry Network and Zester Daily. He is principal author of the Tablas Creek blog, a Wine Blog Awards finalist for Best Winery Blog eight times since 2008, winning in 2008 and 2011.
In recognition of his contributions to the Paso Robles wine community, he was voted by his peers 2015 Paso Robles Wine Country Wine Industry Person of the Year and 2017 San Luis Obispo County Wine Industry Person of the Year.
This is going to be an awesome tasting!

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