There are at least three ways to make rosé. This one is a saignée, or Sangiovese that was "bled off" fermenting juice before taking on enough color from the dark skins to become red wine. It is definitely not pink, instead a charming onionskin color that is entirely natural.
Most important for your summertime pleasure, this is a bone-dry wine without a trace of sweetness. That, with the bracing acidity typical of Sangiovese, makes it an ideal summer refreshment. Cheers!