Zymè Syrah 2015



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The label is a complex subject open to multiple interpretations just like the Syrah grape variety. Woman, warrior and vine grower at the same time who knows how to be as passionate as her heart and as her colour. These are the roots that we must never forget.



Rosso scuro, intenso e tendente al granato con l'invecchiamento.


Bouquet intenso di pepe e cioccolato, mirtilli e frutti di bosco, ribes, tabacco, con finale di liquirizia rabarbaro e cocco.


Al palato è caldo, avvolgente, sontuoso, tannico e di buon corpo. Ampio nell'espressione, in bocca è denso, voluminoso con presenza tannica fine e un finale di prugna, ciliegia, cioccolato e menta.


Piatti importanti, carni rosse alla brace, cacciagione, agnello e formaggi stagionati, pecorini e speziati. Salumi e in particolare capocollo e coppa.



YEAR 2015
ALCOL 14.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Vendemmia manuale tra la 2-3° decade di Settembre.



LOCATION Colli Berici, Lonigo (Vicenza)
GROUND Argilloso-calcareo.
REFINEMENT In barriques nuove per minimo 48 mesi. Affinamento in bottiglia per 1 anno.
WINEMAKING L'uva viene raccolta a mano in plateaux a riposare per ca 20-30 giorni in fruttaio. Vinificazione in vasche di cemento a temperatura naturale e lievito indigeno per 40 giorni circa.
PRODUCTION Concimazioni organiche e potature manuali; selezione dei germogli, defogliazione, diradamento dei grappoli.



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Name: Zyme
Start-up year: 2003
Cultivated hectares: 30
Winemaker name: Celestino Gaspari
Address: Via Ca' del Pipa, n° 1 - Loc. Mattonara - San Pietro in Cariano (VR)
Web Site: www.zyme.it

The name Zým?, 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. Re-establishing an ideal habitat where man and nature are in perfect symbiosis is, in fact, the point of both departure and arrival of a new humanism of the earth, of which Celestino Gaspari and Zým? are promoters. This new worldview has as its objective the establishing of a new relationship with the environment, with man as the natural guardian of his local corner of earth, the one who protects it, but also the one who can renew it, reinterpret it. Ecosustainability with respect to vineyard management practices, transparency of the final product through understanding of its production processes, and respect for the rhythms of nature: these are the cardinal principles of Zým?’s approach to winemaking. The approach is an element and symbol of a simple style of living in syntony with the earth, in a historical moment in which man, bewildered by the opulence of a false well-being, has put at risk his own survival. Tradition and innovation are the two complementary tracks on which Zým?’s wine production moves forward: respect for, and attention to the historic wines of the Valpolicella area go hand in hand with innovation and experimentation with new wines that will enhance and renew the local terroir. Culture, history, tradition, innovation – a glass of wine is so many things, but in Celestino Gaspari’s heart, wine is above all yeast for the mind, and a yeast that grows a project, Zým?.