One might think that winemaking is a tradition belonging exclusively to Mediterranean countries, but nothing further than that, my wine loving friend. Alicja Janasińska comes to tell us that you can find an excellent wine in the very heart of Poland. Let's uncork a bottle and listen in less than 7 minutes the story of this family-managed winery. You won't be disappointed!
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