The last Gewurz for a while is a 2010 Two Vines from Washington State in the Columbia Valley that ran me about $10.
This is another very drinkable one with good body. The label claims anonymous citrus notes for it. I didn't get the "exotic spice" that they think it has.
In general, having drunk 3 or 4 Gewurzes now, my general impression is they're so close to Rieslings as to not be very different. I guess I'm going to have to buy 1 of each, hopefully from the same place, and do a compare and contrast to understand the differences.
Now that I have 6 weeks of pinot gris/grigios and Gewurzes under my belt, for the next couple months I'm going to try something different. I've bought a couple mixed cases of whites, and I have enough to last me through June.
So I'll be comparing those for 8 weeks or so, and later this summer I'll come back to pinot gris and Gewurzes and pick them up again. (Not that I'm bored with them and think they all taste pretty much the same.) (Maybe.)