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Conundrum White Blend 2005

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    San Francisco Chronicle, October 26, 2007. "This proprietary blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Muscat Canelli, with splashes of Semillon and Viognier, makes a lovely floral-citrus aperitif, but is also a terrific match with many styles of Asian food. This vintage's grapes come from Napa, Monterey, Santa Barbara and Tulare counties. Its ripe melon and floral flavors are strengthened with just enough acidity to make it at once refreshing and foodworthy."

    Wine Spectator, August 31, 2007: Rated: 88 points. "Wildly fragrant, with honeysuckle, jasmine and peach aromatics. Shows an intriguing medley of melon, nectarine and passion fruit flavors, with juicy acidity and a long, lingering finish."

    Santa Rosa Press Democrat, November 8, 2006: Wine of the Week. Rated: 4 Stars. "An impressive white blend...the complexity of the blend makes it a tasty food-pairing wine. The first sip is all soft sweetness and light...name any tropical fruit and you will imagine you are tasting it in this wine. It is natural and all but inevitable to try to put a name to the varietal, or varietals, we are sipping. Yet Conundrum is intentionally wily in this regard. It wants you to wonder and to speculate while you enjoy. If conversation around the Thanksgiving table becomes strained, this wine could save the day."

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