Our wine's core profile remains thoroughly Californian, with Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Napa Valley, Muscat Canelli from Tulare county on the Central Coast, and Chardonnay and Viognier from our vineyards in Monterey County. The "puzzle" of Conundrum lies partly in guessing the range of grape varieties we use, because we never reveal its exact composition.
Powerful aromas of green apple, tangerine zest and honeysuckle. Core flavors of apricot, melon, pear and light vanilla are beautifully balanced by the sparkling acidity of citrus fruits. The lush, creamy, mouth-filling texture is heightened by powerful floral and bright tropical fruit notes and leads to a full, powerful finish.
Conundrum is an excellent food wine that can be enjoyed with wide variety of international cuisines and a whole range of courses. from appetizers through dessert. To fully enjoy its aromas and flavors, the wine is best served slightly chilled.
A great wine on a sunny day. Wonderful fruity notes.
This is one of my favorite white non-dessert wines (next to Thevenet Macon Pierreclos). There are tons of complexities to this wine. Unfortunately, priced a little too high to be an everyday affair. If the "White Table Wine" label is a turn off, it shouldn't be. A wonderful wine for a warm summer evening.
Love the fruit and crispness
Not a good vintage for Conundrum. Nice bouquet but falls short on the palate.
It's a conundrum why anyone would buy this wine, especially at its price point. I found it flabby and unstructured, the way some lesser quality Viogniers or even Reislings are. People have always raved about this wine, asking if I ever tried it; I finally did. There was no nose, odd for something that may have Viognier grapes in it. It goes to show that the crowd will think they like anything that they have heard is good without formulating their own opinions.