La Bratta Rosso 2014 review by The Winefront, Campbell Mattinson – 92 Pts
Margaret River blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Touriga Nacional & Cbernet Sauvignon. It's produced by, but not overly branded as, Arlewood wines.
It's a characterful red with a layer of coffee-cream oak on a mid-weight serve of redcurrant, boysenberry and blackcurrant. Bay leaf notes provide lift and there's an undergrowth, slightly gamey cterha too, with accompanying firm/dry tannin. Oak is slightly too rich in the context of the wine bt it feels like it's all still bedding itself down, you'd imagine given another couple of year in bottle that everything will be in better harmony, But there's no issue with the general quality here it's a good wine.