PEAR & LEMON, CHALKY MINERAL, SAKE-LIKE LEESINESS Nackenheim certainly isn’t famous for its size, but the small municipality enjoys great esteem for its pristine wines. Nestled between the river Rhein and its steeply sloping vineyards, Weingut Binz has long prided itself on the outstanding quality of its reds and whites alike, and we’ve long appreciated the outstanding value they provide. Classically called Grauburgunder in Germany, Pinot Gris is among the nation’s most planted grapes. This rendition regales us with classical citrus and pear/“tree fruit” vibes as well as lovely leesy, minerally complexity. Danke! Serving Suggestion:Albacore tuna maki w/ sesame seeds & cucumber. Chicken salad sandwich w/ almonds & celery on pumpernickel.