Somewhat surprisingly, the Nahe often produces terrific Pinot Blanc. This is one of the best. It comes from two estate vineyards, mostly the Winzenheimer Berg, which supplies the clay and gravel soil that gives the wine a bit of opulence and heft, and the Kupfergrube, which gives the wine elegance and a fine, floral scent. Fermented in a new 600-liter casks, then immediately transferred to tank, this dry Weissburgunder (German for Pinot Blanc) delivers fresh apple, pear and luscious creamed corn with savory, pungent, and piquant hints of browned butter, sage, coriander and toasted hazelnut. The slight influence of wood balances the fruit and structure into a creamy, juicy matrix. A dynamic sense of mineral "ping" and a mouth-watering salinity add to the appeal of this buoyant beauty. An exceptional value, and deliciously versatile at the table.
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