WILD BERRY, PLUM GIVING WAY TO PRUNE, HEADY HERBS This is a delicious Dolcetto, albeit a richer and more full-bodied example than typically found. It’s vivacious and approachable, but with depth, length, and maturity thanks to fruit ripened on 70-90 year old vines. In fact, the name "Brichet" derives from bricco, referencing the most advantageously sunny part of a hillside vineyard. Brimming with fresh red and black fruit tempered with herbal notes, it’s a blend of backyard garden and wilderness. Serving Suggestion: Shrimp Fra Diavolo. Linguine w/ clams. Spaghetti & meatballs. Pesto & pine nut stuffed zucchini boats. White truffle risotto.