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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  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Muscat

    History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Sauvignon

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  • Conundrum Red Blend California Wagner Family 2012


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    Wine review by CSchill

  • Here for business, but finding the time to work in some wine escapades. Last year I met several Chicago wine people at a Burgundy tasting, and earlier this year some more at La Paulee. So on short notice I decided to let them all know I was coming to town, and luckily I got a good tip on an excellent restaurant near my hotel, Nico Osteria. Have ... Read More

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  • Let’s just admit that, most likely, the closest thing that most American sports fans ever get to the Rugby World Cup is watching videos of Australian rugby player-turned NFLer Jarryd Hayne slicing and dicing his way through preseason defenses.  However, for the few of you who do love the sport and for the millions around the world who are watchi... Read More

    From the article What to drink during the Rugby World Cup? The Guardian's got the answer.

  • This past week, TIME magazine reporter Katy Osborne wrestled with the conundrum we all find ourselves in from time to time.  The scenario goes something like this: We walk into the local grocery store with high hopes, only to find shelves full of wine that overwhelm us and leave us wondering which bottle to pick.  At that point, we choose based ... Read More

    From the article Time to Ditch Those Ratings? TIME Magazine Says, "Maybe"

  • With Passover drawing close, The Wall Street Journal reporter Lettie Teague did a quick pass over the existing myths and truths about kosher wine. Teague sat down with wine educator Jay Buchsbaum to get the to the bottom of the kosher wine conundrum. Buchsbaum's company is the top importer of kosher wine in the United States. For starters, Teagu... Read More

    From the article On Becoming Clear About Kosher Wine: WSJ Reporter Investigates Myths, Truth

  • Falling currency and rising prices can make wine a bitter swill to swallow. New figures show that Russia's imports have fallen drastically amid the sad performance of the ruble, according to a recent story by English-language news site Russia Beyond the Headlines. “Russian importers are being forced to cut shipments of foreign wine, with a 44 pe... Read More

    From the article Glass Half Empty: Russian Wine Imports Withering

  • A recent research project by California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo agribusiness and wine and viticulture faculty has revealed the typical online wine buyer is most like a wealthy female millennial. The research information was presented at the Academy of Wine Business Research International Conference this past summer in Geisen... Read More

    From the article Your Typical Online Wine Buyer: Rich Married Guys

  • Thread drift is not a bad thing OT.  Some of the better discussions have developed from a vapid beginning.Vino, I understand that conundrum.  Believe me, I'd love if every vintage was as good as the best one.  But blending anything and everything could become murky.  I want to know exactly what's in the bottle I'm drinking.  The stuff BC stuff I... Read More

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  • "what's the difference between Chateau Ausone and Caymus Conundrum?"errrhhh, pricewise, a lotqualitywise, even more?Hopefully, anyone looking to shell out the bucks for either, especially the former, has done some research. Of course enough research and they won't be buying the latter....Lots of NV winemaking has always gone on, especially with ... Read More

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  • Yes but that's partly because it's what we've been given. With sherry, there's no vintage variation because it's all blended. Although there are a few who are trying to change that.But there's really no reason we have the obsession with vintages for still wines, other than the need of the producers to hype the most recent vintage. But if you hav... Read More

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