The wine starts with concentrated dark fruit, black cherry, and marked acidity. Falls flat in the middle and has a long dry finish laced in cedar and herbaceous vegetal flavors. A bit tight but opens up after a couple hours, showing more plum fruit. Full-bodied, good acidity, lots of tannins. The tannins and acidity suggest that the wine would age well, but at $15 a bottle, it's great for everyday drinking and pairs well with tomato based Italian dishes.
Image from CellarTracker