So, Marco's all about keeping those neat archival Friulian grapes alive like Picolit, Schiopettino and, in this case, Verduzzo. Verduzzo is a slow ripening, high acidity grape with curiously apple-like tannins, most unusual for a white grape. This idiosyncrasy has relegated the grape to mostly sweet wine production with a certain disinterest or contempt held for dry whites. Marco's approach nestles Verduzzo's angularity in gleaming ripeness that perfectly dispels any doubt of Verduzzo's potential. Think Italian savor with Chenin like structure and you’ll get the picture.