Founded in 2013, the Water&Wine vineyards boast several grape varieties that have been carefully selected by our winemakers and planted on the gently rolling hills surrounding our restaurant. The area’s numerous loess gorges, flowing rivers (the Bystra and Bochotniczanka), as well as its rich underground mineral waters all contribute to the unique local micro-climate. Nałęczów is blessed with mild weather, and we have already harvested our first crops of red and white: solaris, regent, rondo, and chardonnay. First the grapes are carefully picked, then crushed, fermented, and finally bottled. These are just our first steps in wine-making, and we know there’s a long road ahead of us. The history of Polish wine is only getting started, but our first harvests and the excellent local bottles that have appeared over the past decade give us hope that wine-making in Poland is worth the effort and will be appreciated in due time.