November 2015


Winnica Kalina

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 11:13

       "Kalina" Vineyard is a small wine corner, which embodies the passion of the owners and is an example of a family infatuation with viniculture. Vineyards are located in the village of Sieniawa, in the village of Lagow Lubuski, known in Poland for its lignite mines. In 2008, on an area of 0.5 hectares, the Teresa and Zbigniew Pohrebny planted shrubs of the following varieties: dornfelder, hibernal, rondo, solaris and zweigeltrebe. The creation of the vineyard brought them a lot of satisfaction and taught them patience.


Muzeum Etnograficzne w Zielonej Górze (Ochla)

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 11:10

        The Ethnographic Museum in Zielona Gora is a special place - situated on the edge of the forest, by a stream, it creates amazing scenery of an ancient village. One can witness many unusual sights of folk culture of the Lubusz region. For instance, wooden cottages from the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth century transferred from the area of Lower Lusatia and traditional rural buildings from the area of western Greater Poland. One of the oldest in Poland wooden huts from Potrzebowo which dates back to the year 1675 is among them.


Winnica Saint Vincent

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 11:07

         "St. Vincent" Vineyard is part of a farm owned by "Agronomik Poland" company and is based on the French capital. The farm cultivates grain, raspberry and grape vines. "St. Vincent" Vineyard was founded in 2009 in the village of Borów Wielki, in the municipality of Nowe Miasteczko and covers an area of 6.5 hectares. White varieties include pinot gris, gewürztraminer, Muscat ottonel and Riesling while the red are pinot noir, regent and a rondo. Spacing of rows was chosen in order to provide a very good sunlight and ventilation for shrubs.


Winnica Senator

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 11:03

       "Senator" Vineyard by Agnieszka Kowalczyk and Marek Senator was founded in 2006 as an experiment. The owner carries out research of varieties of table grapes, wine processing and those designed specifically for the production of champagne. Currently there are about a thousand shrubs of more than 100 different and unusual varieties, many of them have left their mark on the history of wine production. Marek Senator also has a ceramic workshop next to the winery where he produces stoneware bottles and dishes for wine and mead.


Lubuskie Centrum Winiarstwa

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 11:01

         The hill between Łaz and Zabór, situated at an altitude of 67 to 105 m above sea level, a place where the largest local government vineyard in Poland was created. About 12 km from Zielona Góra. At its foot The Lubusz Centre for Viticulture was built, which was adapted for tourism and promotion of winemaking traditions of the region.


Winnica Mozów 63

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 10:56

        "Mozów" Vineyard, one of the youngest in the region, a family venture of Robert Kucunia, which dates back to 2007. A year later, the area was fenced and plantings continued, which lasted until 2014. The vines popular in western and central Europe were chosen. In total, 7500 plants on the area of approx. 3 hectares. The vineyard recommends tasting wine of the following varieties: zweigelt, chardonnay, pinot noir, pinot gris and lesser-known léon millot and golubok. For consumption it provides the cheese, meats and pastries of its own production.


Winnica Cantina

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 10:52

        "Cantina" Vineyard owned by Karolina and Mariusz Pacholak was founded in spring 2006 and is located in Mozów, a small village approx. 2 km from Sulechów. Currently on a 3.3-hectares wine grape of varieties that has been grown in the region can be found, e.g. Riesling, pinot gris, as well as others such as cabernet sauvignon blanc, dornfelder, rondo and regent. A characteristic feature of the winery is a chapel with the statue of St. Urban 1st that greets visitors at the entrance.


Winnica Miłosz w Łazie

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 10:48

        "Milosz" Vineyard belongs to Marta Pohrebny and Krzysztof Fedorowicz. The winery was founded in 2004 in the eastern and very picturesque part of the Zielona Gora Embankment, on its climax where the vine has had a centuries-old history of cultivation. Even before the war there were several hectares of vineyards. The area of cultivation is 1.5 hectares, where the following grape varieties are planted: pinot noir, devin, müller-thurgau, traminer and zweigeltrebe.


Winnica Ingrid

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 10:46

        "Ingrid" Vineyard by Monica and Jack Kapałów was founded in 2008, due to a positive impact of the neighbouring "Milosz" vineyard. The areas of about 1.5 hectares were planted with the following varieties: pinot blanc, Moravian Muscat, müller-thurgau, Riesling, Zweigelt and Pinot Noir.


Muzeum Lubuskie im. Jana Dekerta w Gorzowie Wlkp. „Zagroda Młyńska” w Bogdańcu

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 10:43

         Mill Farm of the Lubusz Museum is located near Gorzow Wielkopolski in the valley of the river Bogdanka, on the Protected Landscape Area. It consists of three historic buildings constituting the mill, an outbuilding and a coach-house. Within the orchard an apiary was placed which consists of 7 hives KŁODOWY made in 1955 in accordance with examples from Polesie by Roman Laskowski from Santock. The mill comes from 1826 and includes original equipment of the mill and the miller's house.


Muzeum Puszczy Drawskiej i Noteckiej im. Franciszka Grasia

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Submitted by redaktor on Thu, 11/26/2015 - 10:35

         Museum of the Drawsko and Noteć Forest by the name of F. Gras in Drezdenko housed in a former armoury in 11 Plac Wolności. The building is one of the few surviving relics of an ancient fortress. The ground floor of the building from the mid-seventeenth century is the oldest building in the city. The higher, transom storeys, were built in the second half of the eighteenth century for storage or granary. Francis Gras was the initiator and coordinator of activities of creating the facility documenting the history and wildlife of the region.