The bond between the winegrower and his land is the foundation upon which every good wine is fashioned, and hence the necessity of an uncompromised osmosis between man and a terroir.

Day after day, the youthful Zýmē team contributes to an oenological and cultural project whose mission is to enhance, to “en-value,” the character of the local growing area and the personality of each individual wine.

The new team structure is supple and dynamic, involving the young staff members in all of the areas of wine processing and distribution. From the vine to the bottle, workplace chorality is the keystone of a philosophy whose main tenet is the exchange between the fruits of the earth and the work of man. Here and now, and in this place, this manner of making wine becomes the enterprise that is Zýmē.

Celestino Gaspari Grapegrower, Winemaker
Matteo Mazzoldi Winemaker
Elisa Sartori Administration Manager
Veronica Gaiardoni Administration crew
Elisabetta Lenotti  Sales Executive
Marco Trivini Bellini Hospitality crew
Alberto Recupero Area Manager Far East
Laura Romani Shipping and Warehouse Department manager
Mattia Banterle Shipping and Warehouse Department
Riccardo Paiola Cellar crew
Elena Rudari Cellar crew
Tommaso Iurilli Vineyard crew
Faustino Gaspari Vineyard crew
Alexander Daka Vineyard crew 
Matteo Fraccaroli Vineyard crew

Why Zyme?

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...

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