Tablas Creek Vineyard Patelin de Tablas Blanc White Blend 2015

9.042 ratings on Delectable

Ratings on Delectable

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

It's a mix of Grenache Blanc 56%, Viognier 23%, Roussanne 12% and Marsanne 9%. The nose is citrus and yellow and white florals. Lots of grapefruit, grapefruit pit, green apple, apricot, lemon, crushed rocks, saline and nice acidity.

It's a mix of Grenache Blanc 56%, Viognier 23%, Roussanne 12% and Marsanne 9%. The nose is citrus and yellow and white florals. Lots of grapefruit, grapefruit pit, green apple, apricot, lemon, crushed rocks, saline and nice acidity.

8.8

Jay Kline Delectable Pro

Ohhhh yes.

Ohhhh yes.

9.0

Eric Urbani Delectable Pro

Great producer, great blend of historically French varietals. Paso winery of the year.

Great producer, great blend of historically French varietals. Paso winery of the year.

9.0

Perry Riddle Delectable Pro

This wine delivers an almost obscene amount of pleasure for the money. The texture is gorgeous with a tensile juxtaposition to the weight of the Viognier.

This wine delivers an almost obscene amount of pleasure for the money. The texture is gorgeous with a tensile juxtaposition to the weight of the Viognier.

9.1

Terah Bajjalieh Delectable Pro

Pleasantly surprised that it was California :)

Pleasantly surprised that it was California :)

8.5

Sam Friedland

Mellon bouquet and taste, 2015

Mellon bouquet and taste, 2015

9.0

Shay A

During the month of January, the Wednesday Wine Committee has a unique format...the sparkler, whites and dessert wines can be from any vintage and any location, but the reds must be from the 2007 vintage. It was my first time providing a wine for a lunch, so I was excited to see how it showed. As always, all wines were served blind. My guess here was Alsatian or German pinot Gris. This was fairly oily on the palate. Small bit of petrol. Some guessed Sauv Blanc, but it wasn’t tart or acidic enough in my mind. Unique.

During the month of January, the Wednesday Wine Committee has a unique format...the sparkler, whites and dessert wines can be from any vintage and any location, but the reds must be from the 2007 vintage. It was my first time providing a wine for a lunch, so I was excited to see how it showed. As always, all wines were served blind. My guess here was Alsatian or German pinot Gris. This was fairly oily on the palate. Small bit of petrol. Some guessed Sauv Blanc, but it wasn’t tart or acidic enough in my mind. Unique.

9.0

Greg Helmer

Richness in flavor and aroma. Clean blend, soft on the tongue, hint of vanilla over the grapes.

Richness in flavor and aroma. Clean blend, soft on the tongue, hint of vanilla over the grapes.

9.0

Boris Mathiszik

Nice blend. Note 6 weeks later: this wine made it into WS '17 top 100 list with 93 points. Need to revisit away from a noisy restaurant.

Nice blend. Note 6 weeks later: this wine made it into WS '17 top 100 list with 93 points. Need to revisit away from a noisy restaurant.

8.9

Bryan McLean

A bright, highly acidic, and even meaty blend from Tablas Creek. Great mouthfeel, lots of flavors, but maybe not for everyone. A gift from my father in law.

A bright, highly acidic, and even meaty blend from Tablas Creek. Great mouthfeel, lots of flavors, but maybe not for everyone. A gift from my father in law.

8.8

Location

  • 2 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 9am-9pm
    Sunday: 11am-7pm