White dry wine produced by a Polish brand Turnau. Being astonishingly excellent, it can be compared to other supreme Alsatian Solaris wines. Solaris grapes are known for their outstanding resistance to low temperatures. They are extremely popular in Poland and are gaining more and more recognition all over the world, thanks to the lightness and universality of wines produced out of them.
This Turnau wine is of medium intensity. Its aroma combines apple, pear, and citrus fruit. At first, the taste is subtly sweet and of well-balanced acidity. Eventually, it changes to refreshing and more intense, thereby perfectly quenching one’s thirst. While sampling, however, it is pleasantly delicate.
It is recommended to serve it cooled (8-10°C), with white meat, fish, pasta, or cheese.
Turnau is one of the most renowned Polish vineyards, located in a village called Baniewice, in West Pomeranian Voivodeship. It came into being thanks to Jerzy Turnau, a landowner passionate about agriculture, who passed on his passion to the following generations. It was in the 21st century that the vineyard was opened thanks to the cooperation of Tomasz Krasicki, Jerzy, Jacek, and Grzegorz Turnau. From that moment on, the finest wines have been produced there.
The first vines were planted in 2010. The modern vineyard and the processing plant are actually the renovated 19th-century farm buildings. On as many as 34 hectares of land various kinds of grapes are cultivated, including Solaris, Johanniter, Riesling, Hibernal, Seyval Blanc, Rondo, Regent, and Cabernet. The brand is constantly developing, however, offering more and more products.
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