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A medley of fresh fruits including plum and a hint of nectarine; semi-sweet baking chocolate, damp earth and a backdrop of toasted oak aromas. Flavors of chocolate cake with coconut shavings, crème de cassis, stone fruit, nutmeg and clove, smooth tannins. Dry yet rich, with lavish fruit and a smooth texture. Be daring and drink slightly chilled to reveal an unexpectedly refreshing red wine.
Pair with Asian or Indian cuisine; Mexican tacos and fajitas; smoked meats or anything that fits on a grill.
Vintage 2017 - Wilfred Wong - 89 points
COMMENTARY: The 2017 Conundrum Red Wine is an excellent example of the new genre of softer, barely sweet red wines are showing traction in the marketplace. TASTING NOTES: This wine is very ripe and smooth on the palate. Its aromas and flavors of port-like ripeness and candied violets should pair it nicely with grilled pork ribs and a slightly fiery sauce, or simply all by itself. (Tasted: July 15, 2019, San Francisco, CA)