Sourced from single vineyards in Westhofen (Benn and Aulerde), where grapevines thrive in clayey marl soils and limestone deposits. The smallest vineyard in Westhofen, Benn is a monopole that has been in the Wechsler family for generations. Fragrances of acacia blossoms, stone fruits (particularly apricot) and tropical citrus. On the palate, this is fleshier than many other Pinot Blancs/Weissburgunder, with some leesy depth and weight and stony minerality. The acids are quite lively, but interwoven into this medium-bodied food wine. Chill lightly and serve with pasta in a cream sauce, white fish with a lemon caper beurre blanc or or roast pork with apples.