I bought this from Dan's ( Dan Murphy) for about $22. It is a beautifully floral and rich variety, but Gewurz isn't particularly popular in Australia. The consequence of this is that there really aren’t many good examples worth handing over your hard earned for. The Lawson Dry Hills from Marlborough, NZ is an exception and the 2005 is even better (notes soon). I enjoy exposing friends and family to new wine. I find that most people that try a good example of this grape variety, like LDH, enjoy it. Nose: Floral bouquet, with lychees, musk, some spice and ginger. Palate: These aromas following through onto a rich, lush and spicy palate. Turkish delight, musk and rose water. Slightly oily texture, with a hint of botrytized/honey characters in the mid palate and good acid to balance everything. Beautiful, long and musky finish. 18/20. Drink Now. Food Match: I had this with Vietnamese. Heaven! More specifically Bun Thit Nuong (Rice vermicelli with grilled pork). Gewurztraminer will go well with many spicy foods, including Thai, Vietnamese or Mexican.