Today 2 wines pretty different from one another: a 2012 Crios Torontes from Argentina and a 2011 Creekbed Tramiette from Oliver Winery in southern Indiana.
The Indiana wine grape council has named tramiette the signature wine of the state. Not to be cynical, but who lobbied for that?
Anyway, it was sweet, as you'd expect, but very drinkable, not cloyingly sweet. It had some of Gewurtz's funkiness but that wasn't overwhelming. It's not a wine I'd drink all the time, as I'm not crazy about sweet wines, but it had nice flavor.
The torrontés is from the Mendoza wine-growing region of Argentina. Wikipedia says about this grape:
The torrontés would go well with chicken, maybe a sauced pasta, Southeast Asian cuisine. I liked it, had to keep myself from drinking the whole bottle in one sitting.