It was a 100% Sangiovese, with a ruby colour and a rich cherry aroma, more like morello than cherryade. It had medium tannin and felt rounder than a young Chianti.
12% alcohol felt about right, and was pleasantly light. At just £6 a bottle it was good value and went really well with the lasagne. Unfortunately there weren’t any wine leftovers. The freezer is full of lasagne portions, I’ll just have to try other wines with it.