I had NRH2 on a c900, and they were perfect tires for that car in summer. I think most directional tires do well at evacuating snow/slush, much like rain... but there's no real siping, so they slip on ice. The Nokian Z was an asymmetric summer tire and now they have a new version that is all season, but still asymmetric... I have symmetric all seasons now on the 9-5's and c900 (General Gmax, also Re970as), that are fairly high performance and evacuate water, but not really any good on ice as there is little siping. I'd definitely consider the zline for the 9-5 as a summer tire though they are kind of hard to get around here.
From google images:
z line a/s:
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