It certainly has a distinctive label! Since it is easily peeled off, it can be put to other uses, as well.
I didn't know from where it was purchased or for how much, and given the label, I didn't expect that it was very expensive.
The wine didn't have much in the way of aromas, and it had a lemony-pear taste that seemed noticeably sugary. The acidity was good and it was no oak monster so those were the plusses.
Overall, it was an easy-drinking, simple wine but had an artificial sweet character to it, sugary as opposed to fruity.
There's one review for this wine on Cellar Tracker, from which I was able to gather that Trader Joe's sells it for $5.99. I also noted that the Oreana web site doesn't mention this wine at all (at least from what I can gather), and most of their other offerings are a lot more expensive than this one.
Here's my matching YouTube video (click here if you don't see it below):
Here's a link to the Amazon product page for the CD: Yellow Balloon