Does Brett need dextrins, or would it eat the maltotriose that the wine yeast couldn't metabolize?
I like to leave some dextrins, but that depends on how much cherry/funk you want. As I remember, Duchesse has a lot of cherry and a fair amount of funky brett. Its also SUPER sour, most of which comes from their Lacto.
I worked through Jamil's procedure, and I got great, sharp acidity with mild funk - it was just a bit musty about 1.5 yrs in.
I really like the Roselare blend. Wild yeasts are expensive and you're most likely going to end up unbalanced pitching them separately. Also, the lacto can stop short of the acidity you want. Roselare has a pedio strain as well.
Coming full circle, the Brett and pedio work in tandem, so more dextrins will help you get more funk AND more acidity (while cleaning up any diacetyl from the Pedio).
*EDIT - BRETT cleans up diacetyl from pedio