Nothing complicated about this wine, which is not at all a bad thing. In this case, it’s simplicity and class in one; this is just the sort of bottle Italy does so well for $10, and the U.S. has a really hard time touching.
From the Cortese grape, this almost certainly sees no oak. It tastes like white flowers, maybe almonds, and a touch of stone fruits. Maybe not the best wine to open in the middle of January, but it goes down easy any time of year.