Cherry red. Hot on the nose, not too much on the palate. Bone dry and some red berries. Mellow tannins.
As with so many wines, a hunk of pecorino romano was a wonderful friend to this wine, helping greatly, with the salt and fat bringing out a bit of flavor and mellowing the already mellow tannins.
A totally inoffensive table wine, and at $2.96 (at Jerry's Gourmet in Englewood, NJ) I'd say it's worth a shot. It beats the pants off of that Yellowtail crappola, and it's half the price.
In summary: if you served this to me at your house for a casual afternoon lunch or a burger, I wouldn't make fun of you.
as far as you would know.