Polish Wine Tasting

Upcoming dates:

19 July 2023


Warsaw: Loewentin ship, Jan Karski Boulevard, Warsaw

dates of tastings in Polish available in the booking calendar [click BOOK to see]

What to expect during the tasting?

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6 Polish wines to try

You'll taste 6 wines served in 50 ml portions

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Crash course in wine theory

We will explain how wine is made and how to taste it. No previous experience necessary and questions are welcome!

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Wine snacks [optional]

Order an optional Polish craft cheese pairing with delicious bread and Polish oil

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Tasting summary

One day after the event we send out a written summary of the tasting

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Future discounts

Join one tasting and get a neverending discount for future events!

Upcoming tastings:

Tasting in English (Warsaw)

Thursday, 18 May 2023

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Polish Wine On The Vistula

Tasting conducted by Michał Sobieszuk

Frizzante Sauvignon Blanc 2020, Winnica Cantina
Hibernal Pet-Nat 2022, Winnica Saganum
Pet-Nat 2022, Winnica Vae Soli
Orange Pet-Nat 2022, Winnica Jadwiga
Rose Extra Dry 2019, Winnica Chodorowa

Get ready to discover Warsaw in style with a leisurely 1-hour cruise down the Vistula River and a tasting of some delicious Polish sparkling wines! 🛥️🍾


As you take in the breathtaking views of Warsaw’s iconic skyline and historic landmarks like the Royal Castle and the National Stadium, you’ll sip on 5 of the finest Polish bubbly around. 🏰🌇🥂 Don’t worry if you don’t know your Chardonnay from your Pinot Noir, our expert sommelier will be on hand to guide you through the history and production process of these exquisite wines that are rapidly putting Poland on the wine map. 🍷🌍


This is a day out that will tickle your tastebuds and give you a unique perspective on the beauty of Warsaw, so don’t miss out! ✨👀🌟


Where: Loewentin (Vistula Ship), Bulwar Jana Karskiego, Warsaw

When: Wednesday, 19 July 2023, 19:00

Price: 190 PLN/person


👉 Click “BOOK” and pick the date of this tasting (19 July) from the calendar to book!

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Get to know more details:

Is it worth to take part in Polish wine tasting?

Yes! Polish wine industry is growing extremely fast and numerous wineries produce increasingly good wines, winning awards and accolades both in Poland and abroad. Time to discover Polish wine!

What will you learn?

During a 2-hour tasting, you’ll get to know principles of wine tastingmain grape varieties grown in Poland, important regions and most famous vineyards and wineries.


We will present wines made from classic and hybrid grape varieties and offer a virtual tour through major Polish wine regions.


If wine tasting is a new experience for you, we will also take you through the basics of exploring aromas and flavours in wine.

What does the tasting look like?

We meet at our tasting room in ul. Koźla 16/18 in Warsaw, just off the Old Town, and sit down to explore 6 different Polish wines paired with delicious Polish craft cheese and bread (wine snacks are optional). 


The tasting is commented in English by Ministry of Polish Wine founder Michał Sobieszuk (read more below).


Relaxed, fun atmosphere is paramount. White cloth tables and sommelier jargon is not what you should expect.

How many people take part in the tasting?

Easy, direct communication and a conversational formula of meetings is what we’re aiming for, that’s why the number of guests is limited to 12 people.

When to book?

Tastings often sell out. Check which dates are available in the calendar and book as soon as possible!

Meet your wine guide!

“Poland is a huge, yet-to-be-discovered source of culinary wonders such as apples, fermented products or vodka. I hope we will soon be able to add wine to this list, preferably as a discoved gem. It’s the cool climate where the best Pinot Noirs, Rieslings or sparkling wines are made. Discovering and tasting them is my passion and, luckily, my job”

Michał Sobieszuk

Eat Polska and Ministry of Polish Wine founder, culinary guide and WSET 3 graduate.

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