(From 2013 Vintage)
From the second you pour your first glass, you are invited in with the intriguing aromas of green apple, tangerine, and honeysuckle blossoms. The taste is best described as exotic, with layers of peach, apricot nectar, green melon, and pear, overlaid with subtle notes of citrus zest and spicy vanilla. A rich, round mouth-feel supported by fresh acidity, bring the complexity of wine into balance.
Wonderful as an aperitif, served on a warm summer's day with family and friends or pair with a wide array of flavorful dishes and cuisines.
citrus flavours, ripe pineapple apricot and peach. this wine blend is lovely great price
Good for every course. Pairs well with spicy foods and full flavored Asian dishes.
really nice light not bitter had at Bill Raymonds office fireworks party
excellent smooth and very sweet white. good with salad and chicken.
Maryanne liked this but I found it too strong of a flavour.
full bodied, very fruity, on the sweet side, long finish,
very sweet liked by Alyssa and Bob. not so much by Louise
enjoyed at sarento's in Hawaii. complex and yummy
sweet; fruity taste; very pleasurable to drink
very fruity. everyone at home loved it.
very delicious - recommended by Greg
a touch too heavy and overly sweet.
Sweet but pleasant.
Wow!! That is all there is to say.
Melon, honey and crisp green apple
don't like as much as marlborough
the perfect thanksgiving wine.
very sweet, like dessert wine
Wine Monster - July 20, 2011
Jennifer suggested from w^3
one of our favorites.
really really sweet
sweet and smooth
9964 Ben avon
- 9 months
Wine & SpiritsMade by Caymus, one of the best wine producers in all the Napa Valley, Conundrum is one of the most interesting wines I've had in a long time. Aromas of flowers, sweet fruit, and spice waft up and lure you into the wine. It starts off fruity with flavors of peaches, apricots, lemon and other citrus fruits, and continues in a seamless line until the finish. The finish is not a fruity as the rest of the wine and has flavors of orange peel and mineral in an off-dry style. No one knows what's in it and that's the conundrum, but who really cares? It tastes great and is perfect for the summer.