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Top 5 Polish wineries worth visiting

via Dawid Lipiec

Many people do not even know what oenotourism is. It is worth finding out a little more about it. It is all about wine tourism. If someone is interested in viticulture, it is a great idea to get to know the various wine regions. Of course, in Poland there are not ideal conditions for the thriving development of oenotourism due to the climate zone. However, this does not mean that vines are not cultivated in our native country. There are many interesting places worth visiting.

What is worth knowing about oenotourism in Poland?

Wine tourism involves visiting places where vines are grown. This will be a great option for, among others, people who are wine connoisseurs. Each area has a specific history, different customs and a different culture. Tours of vineyards are something extremely enjoyable. This is largely due to the fact that they are located in picturesque corners of the country. Therefore, there is no need to go to an exotic country to see interesting places. There are quite a few vineyards in Poland which are worth a visit. You can count on wine festivals and tasting regional delicacies. For many people, a joint wine harvest will also be an extraordinary attraction.

Wine tours provide many experiences. You can see exactly how wine is made. Just visiting a vineyard is something interesting. It becomes possible to learn about different grape varieties and their specific characteristics. Wine tourism is also an opportunity to meet new people who share the same passions. Of course, vineyards in Poland are relatively small compared to what can be found in other European countries. However, this does not change the fact that they deserve attention. Wine escapades can be an extremely fascinating experience for many people.

Wineries worth visiting in Poland

Old Winna Góra in Górzykowo

If someone wants to experience wine tourism, the Old Wine Mountain in Górzykowo near Zielona Góra can be recommended to them. The Zielona Góra region is very popular precisely because of the production of delicious beverages. You can count on beautiful views. The surrounding soils are rich in nutrients which favour vine cultivation. Tourists can take a tour of the vineyards, learn a lot of interesting information about the wine traditions and the liquors themselves. Visitors can also look forward to tasting the best quality wines accompanied by delicious cheeses and long-matured charcuterie. The manor house is also worth a stop. A great attraction is the wine spa, i.e. various treatments using grapes. An unusual experience will be spending time in the wine bath. You can even count on a bath in a wine barrel.

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Turnau vineyard in Baniewice

The modern, family-run Turnau Winery is located in Baniewice near Szczecin. You can taste unusual drinks such as ice wine made from frozen fruit harvested in winter. The alcohol production facility is housed in a historic building, which is quite impressive. You can, of course, stock up on local wines in the shop. It is possible to take a leisurely stroll through the vineyard and visit the winery. During the liquor tasting, everyone gets delicious products directly from the proven cheesemakers. The possibility of staying in a guest house is also important.

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Sandomierz vineyard in Dwikozy

There is a Sandomierz vineyard near Sandomierz. For a tour, visit the village of Dwikozy. The history of this place dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. It is worth tasting delicious wine and learn interesting information. It is a great place for people who would like to learn about the history of winemaking in the Sandomierz region. The Sandomierska Vineyard is also an ideal option for someone planning to embark on a wine-making adventure in the future. There will be no shortage of valuable tips on winemaking, nurturing the vegetation. There is also the possibility of staying in a comfortable and elegant flat.

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What Polish vineyards are worth visiting?

Sztukówka vineyard in Frysztak

If someone is interested in wine tourism, a trip to the town of Frysztak near Jasło is worthwhile. The Sztukówka vineyard is located there. It is a picturesque place, located among forests and fields. It is, of course, possible to visit the vineyard, taste local wine and regional snacks.

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Mierzęcin Palace Wellness & Wine in Mierzęcin

If someone is interested in something more exclusive, they should visit the Mierzęcin Palace Wellness & Wine Resort. You can count on a touch of luxury. It is an ideal place for those interested in the art of wine. A stay in the elegant resort complex is a great idea for spending your free time.

Pałac Mierzęcin Wellness & Wine Resort is one of Poland's largest vineyards. You can count on a winery, a stud farm and a wine spa. Of course, it does not end with sightseeing and wine tasting. If someone is interested in winemaking, they should take part in very interesting training courses and workshops. This allows you to deepen your knowledge, learning from experienced professionals. It is also a good idea to undergo rejuvenating spa treatments using wine. Many rituals for the face and body are available, depending on your needs and preferences. Wine baths and relaxing massages are extremely enjoyable.

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