40 km north of Krakow, Mr Zbigniew Zobek planted his first vines in 2006. The vineyard is located on a warm south-western slope, and the loess soil atop marl subsoil – typical of this area – provides good drainage and protects the vines from excessive moisture. Mr Zbigniew's ambition is to limit the use of any chemical products in the vineyard and to have the least possible degree of intervention in the vinification process. Thanks to the unique loess and chalky habitat, many of these demands have been realised. The following strains are grown here: Bianca, Dawn, Seyval and Muscat for white wines, and Regent, Rondo, Leon Millot, Marechal Foch, Cabernet Dorsa, Roesler and Rubinet for reds on an area of 22 acres. In the future, the owner has plans to expand his plantation and start commercial production; for the moment, please take advantage of the extensive hospitality and come by for a glass of fine wine from the Dosłońce Vineyard.