Your selections are documented as you go. Here, for example, Alsace was chosen after France followed by the Haut Rhin Appellation within Alsace and then the village of Turckheim. This not only keeps you oriented but helps you put wine geography into perspective. In this case it becomes clear that the Alsace region of France is subdivided into villages and even vineyards.
Also note that once the selection is fine enough, automated "star ratings" will start to appear. They indicate the overall quality of the wines represented by each selection based on the average Parker rating for those wines. Five stars, the highest possibility means the wines averaged 96 or above. Four stars mean an average rating of 90-95. Three stars mean 85-89 and so forth. Thus, at least based on the data in our current tasting database, you might conclude that the wines of the Clos Jebsal are superior to those of the other two vineyards listed.