Costco Conundrum White wine is a unique and refreshing white wine and Costco has a great price on Conundrum California for $13 a bottle. The 2019 Conundrum White California wine is great buy at Costco, and if you’re looking for something a little outside the box of your run of the mill chardonnay or sauv blanc, it’s definitely worth a try! I think people tend to love or hate this one…so if you’re hosting I wouldn’t buy all Conundrum…but if you’re open to trying something new, definitely grab a bottle.
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The tasting notes on the Costco Conundrum White Wine tag say Golden hue and a fresh delicate nose with a trace of the tropical. Entry on the palate is vibrant, with flavors of mandarin orange and a lively acidity that gives this wine serious dimension.
Do We Recommend Conundrum White?
Yes, we like it! We know it’s not everyone’s favorite. But that’s ok. If you haven’t tried it, grab a bottle for the next time you order Thai or Indian food and see what you think! Let us know what you think!
Costco Conundrum Wine Item Number & Pricing
Conundrum White Wine California 750 ML is Costco Item Number 18926 and Retails for $12.99.
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About Conundrum Wines
It all began at the dinner table. Charlie Wagner Sr., who co-founded Caymus Vineyards in 1972 with his wife, Lorna, and son, Chuck, would mix wines to find the perfect glass to pair with his meal. No one blended wines back then, so his experiment was pretty radical.
Fast forward to 1989, when Conundrum White was born, quickly taking off with its mysterious, tropical notes and amazing versatility. Conundrum Red, serious yet approachable, was introduced in 2011. Today, it’s Charlie’s grandson, Charlie Wagner II, who keeps Conundrum as original as ever.
We source Conundrum in places that are both famed and off the beaten track – in Napa, Monterey, Santa Barbara, San Benito, Solano and Tulare Counties. Its character starts in the vineyard, in small towns where families have been farming for generations and there’s always plenty of good conversation, great grapes and more to explore.
Have you had Conundrum White? What did you think? Let us know in the comments and make sure you drop a star review below!