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Wine Spectator: 92 points to Kairos 2010

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92 points to Kairos 2010 in Wine Spectator‘s December issue. Hereby the tasting notes: “Rich and chewy, this medium‐to full‐bodied version is under­scored by a note of smoky bacon fat and offers an aromatic profileRead More

Amarone Tasting Vienna, Feb 11th, 2016

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22 Amarone, selected among the best Italian producers, will participate in the Amarone Tasting at the Italian Embassy in Wien. The event, organized by Consorzio della Valpolicella and Falstaff, is aimed at press andRead More

Vyno Dienos, Vilnius 29-30 May 2015

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The wine fair “Vyno dienos” – is the biggest wine event in the Baltic States. Lithuanian wine importers, wineries from all over the world present their wines for the professionalsRead More

ProWein, Düsseldorf 15-17 March, 2015

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Zýmē winery will participate to the 2015 edition of ProWein, Hall 15 F 41. ProWein is the biggest wine fair in Germany. Around 50,000 participants are expected to participate.

Vinitaly, Verona 22-25 March, 2015

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Zýmē winery will participate to the 2015 edition of Vinitaly together with FIVI independent winegrowers. Hall 8 stand B 8-9 and C 8-9

Zýmē participates to Vinitaly 2014

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6-9 April 2014: these are the dates for the  next appointment with the 48th edition of Vinitaly,  the most important exhibition of wines and spirits in the world, alongside Sol, Agrifood Club andRead More

Tre Bicchieri 2015 – Veneto

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Siamo lieti di comunicarvi che il nostro Amarone Classico della Valpolicella Dop Riserva “La Mattonara” 2003 si è aggiudicato i Tre Bicchieri® della guida Vini d’Italia 2015.

Why Zýmē

The name Zýmē, from Greek, means “yeast.” Yeast is, of course, an indispensible element in the world of oenology, but it also bears a symbolic meaning, since it conjures up the concept of naturalness, a fundamental value in Celestino Gaspari’s professional and existential journey, as well as the process of fermenting, understood as a continuous striving towards transformation.In harmony with that philosophy, the winery logo represents a grapevine leaf in which is centred a pentagon, symbol of the five basic elements that combine to yield wine: man-vine-earth-sun-water. Find out more...