Gotta put my two cents in. I really enjoy Alsatian Gewurztraminer. It’s very similar to Riesling however a fuller mouthfeel and more spice and floral aromatics and not nearly the minerality or acidity of a Resiling. I’ve been wine tasting in that region several times and feel it is some of the best in the world (for Gewurtz that is). I have never had a Gewurtz from the US that I have thought was worth the bottle it was in . If you can find one from that region try it. They can be dry, semi-sweet or even (very) sweet. I’ve had them desert style (Vendage Tardives) and they are quite good if you like a sweet spicy tartness similar to a LH resiling but with a fuller mouth feel. I expect you will go dry with yours. Did a quick search and here’s a decanter article better at description than I am: http://www.decanter.com/wine-reviews-tastings/what-is-gewurztraminer-like-300561/ I wasn’t too impressed with his food pairings so I will recommend duck, baked chicken (Alsatian style), and light pork dishes. If you have a German restaurant or if really lucky an Alsatian one go there and they will have a good bottle on the menu to try. Quick side note, Alsace is a French region on the German border that is in many ways more German than French. It has changed hands over the centuries many times. The villages are story book worthy. . I drank all my bottles from my last trip over.... need to go back. It is an under rated French wine region and might be my favorite! I hope your kit turns out well as these can be fantastic wines!