This wine is Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. There is a definite tartness of red cherries from the Sangiovese and some darker fruit from the Cabernet. A touch of earth comes through as well, but not a great deal. Acid is appropriate and there's a small amount of tannin present. Balanced, good drinking wine that left me somewhat underwhelmed.
The only real flaw, perhaps too strong a word, I could find was a sourness at the very end of this wine. It wasn't the tartness of a cherry finish, it was just a touch sour.
The bottom line for me was this wine lacked any sense of character or place. For $20 I can do better.
There was a small, pan seared steak and some potatoes Parisienne finished with white truffle butter for dinner. Good little meal and a decent, drinkable wine, but nothing memorable about either.