Conundrum is meant to be drunk young and, frankly, while I enjoy the wine, I think it is as much a stand-alone wine as it is a food wine. Don't worry about the Chardonnay percentage, I have found the Muscat to be the most dominant grape in terms of flavor, with Viognier second. Though the wine is oaked, it is not oaky the way many Cali Chards are.
If I were to pair Conundrum with a food I would choose a white-meat fish, simply prepared, or else seafood, simply prepared. Something like a seared dover sole with extra virgin olive oil and fresh oregano might pair very well. Simply prepared lobster is also a suitable pairing, as in almost anything involving scallops.