The Castle Vineyard

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zamkowa6The Castle Vineyard was founded by Beata and Marek Stodółka from Krosno in 2011. The place, winery and vineyard base selected and prepared by them are very impressive in terms of the scale and diligence of implementation. It is located on the south-western hillside in the Subcarpathian village of Korczyna, near Krosno, in the surroundings of the Czarnorzeki-Strzyżów Landscape Park, between the ruins of Kamieniec Castle and the "Prządki" nature reserve. The history of the Kamieniec Castle, to which the Vineyard owes its name, inspired Aleksander Fredro to write "Zemsta" (The Revenge). After years of planning, Marek Stodółka, a businessman with horticultural education, fulfilled his dream of taking up winegrowing by creating a family enterprise. Currently, the vineyard covers an area of approximately one hectare. Various grape varieties are grown there, including: Aurora, Bianca, Leon Millot, Solaris, Macheral Foch, Cabernet Dorsa and Hibernal. There is a winery building on the vineyard in which the entire production process is carried out. There is also a tasting room for 40 people in the winery. The vineyard offers commented tours, tasting and wine sales. Wine tasting along with the tour takes 2 hours. It is possible at any time after prior contact, both for individuals and for organised groups. The wines produced in the Castle Vineyard were rewarded in wine competitions many times, they received 25 medals in total, including: at ENOEXPO in 2017: a silver medal for the Regent wine 2015, a silver medal for the Cuvee-3 wine 2016, a bronze medal for the Maréchal Foch wine 2016, a bronze medal for the Hibernal wine 2016; at the International Wine Competition, Tuchów 2017: a silver medal for the Regent wine, a bronze medal for the Hibernal wine, a bronze medal for the Cuvee-3 wine. The Hibernal wine, 2016, was awarded the gold medal at the Muvina competition in Prešov, Slovakia. The wines produced in the Castle Vineyard can be purchased at selected Delikatesy Centrum shops: Krosno, Sanok, Dębica, Rzeszów.

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