I had expected this to be a dry rosé, but it was not so. Instead, it was like a Moscato, off-dry and very lightly carbonated (frizzante). Maybe the low alcohol should have clued me in. It tasted of fruity strawberry, raspberry, and orange / quince jelly. I could barely feel the carbonation in my mouth. It was quite yummy, and we had no trouble finishing it off, but I found it a little too sweet. But if sweet, fruity wine sounds up your alley, this is a good one for the price.
This winery apparently makes frizzante wines from a number of red and white grapes. But this is not obviously a varietal wine, so it could be a blend of any, or it could be made from the red grapes they use to make their still, dry red wines: Croatina and Uva Rara.