Estate co-president Alison Sokol Blosser recently told me the winery’s inside nickname for this wine is “Conundrum Unplugged.” It’s a reference to Caymus Conundrum, the Napa blend that opened the floodgates for multi-grape, off-dry whites in North America. Unplugged? She means unoaked, as in fresh and pure. Made from nine varieties, including pinot gris, muller-thurgau and riesling, it’s smooth, with notes of peach, guava and melon. At just 12-per-cent alcohol, it’s a thirsty gardener’s delight. $19.99 in B.C., $21.20 in Que., $24.99 in N.B., $24.95 in PEI.