2018-06-13
Ambre 2016 – Our new white wine!
Ambre in French means amber. The name of the wine comes from unique orange-amber color, which is result of contact the skins of white grapes with must during fermentation. The production of amber wines (also known as orange wine) is very similar to p...
2018-03-15
ProWein 2018
We would like to invite all winelovers to meet us at ProWein in Dusseldorf. You can find us in Hall 15 stand K62 from Sunday to Tuesday (18.03-20.03) For more datails visit www.prowein.com...
2018-02-13
The second harvest for ice wine in the history of our vineyard has been completed!
This time, we kept 0.75 ha of johanniter grapes for ice wine (3 times more than previous year). This year we had to wait much longer for the first major frosts. On the morning of February 7, our enologist, Frank Faust, decided that the grapes were ...
2017-11-18
Our wines in two-star Michelin restaurant Fischers Fritz in Berlin
Last week we had a great  pleasure of attending a tasting dinner organized by two-star Michelin restaurant, Fischers Fritz in Berlin. Our wines were highly appreciated by all guests and chefs. This amazing culinary event and our wines – So...
2017-03-16
PROWEIN 2017
We would like to invite you to visit one of the biggest and most important wine events in the world – ProWein in Dusseldorf. From 19th to 21st of March you can meet over 6300 exhibitors from 60 countries. First time in ProWein history, visitors...
2018-06-13
Ambre 2016 – Our new white wine!
Ambre in French means amber. The name of the wine comes from unique orange-amber color, which is result of contact the skins of white grapes with must during fermentation. The production of amber wines (also known as orange wine) is very similar to p...

About The Vineyard

It all began with Jerzy Turnau, who was a landowner and creator of agricultural education programs in the city of Lviv. History rendered the direct continuation of his work impossible, however one of his great-grandsons – Zbigniew Turnau – has run a sizable homestead for many years now, engaging in the cultivation of grains and rapeseed, and is assisted in this by his son Jacek. Its beneficial location, as well as a climate favorable to fruits, inevitably gave rise to the question: … perhaps wine?

This question was all the more logical, in view of the fact that one of the people with whom Zbigniew has worked for a number of years is orchardist Tomasz Kasicki, who – as of 2013 - is also an enologist.

Another one of Jerzy Turnau's numerous descendants is Grzegorz, who happened to inherit his great-grandfather's trait of artistic inclinations. The distant (geographically, as well as professionally) cousins were brought together many years ago by friendship, as well as a shared dream of returning to family traditions. One day, Zbigniew, Grzegorz, Tomasz and Jacek resolved to pool their energies in a combined effort, and thus the Turnau Vineyard came into being. Propagation, ongoing since 2010, and the renovation of a 19th-century farm building, made possible the creation of a modern vineyard with its own processing facilities. The fact that this is taking place in Poland – a country which isn't necessarily associated with wine – induced the owners to seek support among more experienced vintners, and the invitation to cooperate with the Turnau Vineyard was accepted by Frank Faust - a renowned winemaker based in the Rhineland. 

The Turnau Vineyard is comprised of two parcels of land, totaling 28 hectares. They are planted mainly with strains of Solaris and Johanniter, but include Riesling, Hibernal, Seyval Blanc, Rondo, Regent and Cabernet as well. We also create ice wine with fruit frozen in winter, and in the near future Polish sparkling wine will become a part of our offer. A well-equipped processing facility, as well as our own laboratory, allow us to precisely monitor every parameter of our wine, at every stage of its production. The antique building of the winery also houses our offices, a wine-tasting/concert hall, and a shop with our wines.

Our wines

Our wines are available through our online store, at the winery in Baniewice, and at a number of fixed locations throughout all of Poland.

Contact

Have a question? Contact us!

contact details

Winnica Turnau

Baniewice 115, 74-110 Banie

GPS: 53.077450, 14.603054

Tel. +48 91 307 91 31

Opening Times

Monday-Saturday 11:00 – 17:00

Visiting and overnight stays

Tel. +48 91 307 91 31, wew. 2

e-mail: zwiedzanie@winnicaturnau.pl

Sprzedaż detaliczna
 

Tel. +48 91 307 91 31, wew. 0

e-mail: kontakt@winnicaturnau.pl

Sklep internetowy
 

Tel. +48 91 307 91 31, wew. 5

e-mail: kontakt@winnicaturnau.pl

Wholesale
 

Tel. +48 91 307 91 31, wew. 4

e-mail: sprzedaz@winnicaturnau.pl

Media / PR / Internet

e-mail: t.pilarski@winnicaturnau.pl
 
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