Caymus Conundrum California 2010
Wine Spectator: This delicious blend of five white wine grapes (Chardonnay, Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, and Muscat) is one of the best of its type from California. It’s a complex wine, with an array of ripe, concentrated flavors--pear, honey, fig, vanilla, peach and nectarine, finishing with lots of character and a dash of spice. Delicious.
Editorial Reviews for Caymus Conundrum California
Sweet lychee and honey with apricot on the nose, spicy floral base notes with white flowers. A touch round on entry with noticeable viscosity, this shows off honey-tinged melon, apricot and light mineral flavors with some polyphenolic Viognier bitterness on the back end. Floral and polleny on the finish, which is a touch short and with a whisper of sweetness. 86 points
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Caymus Conundrum California
Gorgeous aromas of apricot, honeysuckle, and vanilla and lime zest enhance a deeply-flavored palate of tropical fruit, peach, pear and honeydew melon flavors. The complexity of this wine is brought into balance with a rich, round, soft texture; fresh, supportive acidity, a satisfying finish.