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Conundrum Red 2011

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"Almost floral, with tones of lavender, dried berries, baking chocolate, bacon bits. Aromas are rich, velvety and wonderfully appealing. PALATE: Silky round entry with acid to balance and high fruit concentration. The nose leaves no doubt about the seriousness of this wine. The palate is fruit driven both before and after the high tannin middle core. The finish is long, not drying of tannin, and beckons a second sip." -Winery

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Conundrum Wines:
What is that wonderfully robust, floral and bright tropical taste? Is it green apple, tangerine or honeysuckle? Could it possibly be apricot, melon, pear or light vanilla? That’s the Conundrum. Our proprietarily blend of California white grapes create a lush, creamy texture that leads to the mouth-watering question, “Mmmm, what’s in there?” We’re not telling. Can you guess?

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Snooth User: chrisyoung
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12/05/2013

Four glasses


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Source: The Wine Buyer
10/16/2014

Aromas are rich, velvety and wonderfully appealing floral notes with tones of lavender, dried berries, baking chocolate and bacon bits. Silky round entry with acid to balance the high fruit concentration. The palate is fruit driven both before and after the high tannin middle core. The finish is long, not drying of tannin and beckons a second sip. Enjoy this wine slightly to well-chilled.



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"Almost floral, with tones of lavender, dried berries, baking chocolate, bacon bits. Aromas are rich, velvety and wonderfully appealing. PALATE: Silky round entry with acid to balance and high fruit concentration. The nose leaves no doubt about the seriousness of this wine. The palate is fruit driven both before and after the high tannin middle core. The finish is long, not drying of tannin, and beckons a second sip." -Winery

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