I really liked this wine and find it to be an exceptional value. While the exact cepage is unknown to me, there is some Syrah and other Rhone varietals (and perhaps some Petite Sirah), which I love. YMMV. For under $20, however, it is hard to argue the QPR. Purple in color. The nose has black raspberries, a bit of black pepper, some dark cherries with a bit spice. On the palate, this falls just short of being jammy. It is deep with good acidity. A delicious wine that is great for a BBQ or holiday party. I wouldn't age it for more than a few years, but I would be curious about it. I would think the longer it ages, the more the darker fruits come out.