Did you get this at Olive Garden?
I've seen it described as follows: Semi-sweet, light-bodied, with a fresh fruit taste. Made from a blend of Merlot, Enatio, and Schiava grapes..
If you find that to be too much, you could always
EDIT: Upon further investigation, I can't find anything on Enatio grapes -- there has to be some kind of typo there, but I cannot find what the original word should be. I initially thought it would be "Veneto", describing the area in Italy in which it was made, but this cannot be correct as the Olive Garden website shows this to be made in the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region. Schiava grapes are also known as Trollinger, and I'm sure you have already heard of Merlot.
It should be noted that "Principato" is simply the name of Olive Garden's signature wines, created specifically for their restaurants. The Rosato wine is a blush, and they also have a white (Bianco) and red (Rosso) variety.