This goes for about $12 retail and as you can see, is a rather eye catching label.
Straight up dark chocolate on the nose - usually I see chocolate covered something or another, but this is just chocolate.
More chocolate on the palate, but some cherry notes come through as well. Big, fruity, a touch sweet, not much for tannins, reasonable enough acid, but overall quite jammy.
Some more interesting things come through on the finish - more chocolate and cherry, but blueberry presents itself as well as some vanilla.
A gateway wine for the Yellow Tail lover in your life. If you're having a big party, this is worth serving, pair it with ribs or burgers and you're good to go - jammy and quaffable, but there's something in the background that tells you there's more than meets the eye.