This was a funky but not totally unpleasant Morellino.
Eye: Black ruby with some amber tones.
Nose: Big, earthy nose, with lots of old leathery, pruney, and old wine barrel scents.
Mouth: Very rustic in the mouth, and not showing a lot of Sangiovese varietal character: full bodied, with lots of peppery pruney flavors, and a finish that tapered into dried leather.
Cellar or drink? Drink now if you've already got some, as this is probably going to get more disjointed and funky as time goes on. If you don't already have some, don't bother.
Price/store: Was $17.99 at Houston Wine Merchant.