You can't be too rich, too beautiful, or too birichino.
Available 16th Mar 2014
For the Italians it connotes mischievous, impish, or nymphean- a mark of vitality and embrace of La Dolce Vita.
Of Classical Greek origin, Malvasia threaded her way through the forests of Calabria before slipping ashor in California under cover of darkness. Her fragrance of jasmine, lime blossom and elderflower suggest something quite sweet and sybaritic, though as the first sip passes the lips, she is revealed bone dry, crystalline, and clear.
She has learned, through her worldly travels, to flatter a diverse array of cuisine, from tea smoked duck, to a simply sauteed scallop, to pasta al pesto.
Birichino Vino - www.birichinovino.com
Cheese - Goat & Sheep
Crisp & Dry
Alex Krause & John Locke