Bob, this is a really good wine, it really is - and its quality runs deeper than the variety it's made from. In my opinion, it's first of all a really good white wine, and secondly, a really good Ontario Gewurz.
That said, I still have to admit that Alsatian Gewurz is what really makes me smile. I just love forcefully aromatic wines, and when I get that blast of rosewater and lychee in a good Alsatian Gewurz, I always hope for the day that I'll find one here in Ontario with the same piercing aromatics. Of course, that may never happen for various reasons - terroir and winemaking being two.
As an aside, I am very interested in what Traminette, the Gewurz hybrid, might be able to do in capable hands and in a good location in Ontario. So far, no wineries are working with it that I've heard. I don't even know if it's VQA-permissible for that matter.