Côtes de Tables Red


The Côtes de Tablas has a spicy Grenache-led nose, despite the relatively high percentage of Syrah: wild strawberry, mint, fresh figs, and an undertone of chorizo-like meatiness. In the mouth, lifted fruit is balanced with richness, like strawberry shortcake, with complex flavors of Mexican hot chocolate, cola, and fresh dates. Drink now and over the next decade.


  • Grilled steaks
  • Pasta with meat sauces
  • Rich beef stews
  • Spicy sausages
Appellation Adelaida District Paso Robles
Color Red
Grape Varieties 39% Grenache, 35% Syrah, 16% Counoise, 10% Mourvedre
ABV (Alcohol By Volume) 14.5%
Bottle Size 75 cl
Type of Soil Calcareous clay
Vinification All varietals were fermented in a mix of stainless steel and wooden upright fermenters with the use of native yeasts. After pressing, the wines were racked, blended in June, aged for a year in 1200-gallon French oak foudres, and then bottled in February. The wine is unfined and underwent only a light filtration before bottling.