Kinga Vineyard

Kinga Vineyard

It is a multigenerational farm established in 1985 in the village of Stara Wieś, near the town of Nowa Sól. The history of the vineyard, located near the Oder River, was drastically changed in 1997 when the worst flood of the century battered Poland. The only alive shrub called “Aurora” that was found after the disaster has become a symbol of revival and hope for the future. Nowadays, it is 20 years old and forms the oldest variety of vine in the Kinga Vineyard.

General information

Stara Wieś 28, 67-100 Nowa Sól
tel: +48 609 528 581
Planting area: 2 ha
Year of the vineyard establishment: 1985


The current offer is available after contacting the vineyard.

Points of sale

Stara Wieś

  • the Kinga Vineyard

Zielona Góra

  • the wine cellar in Park Winny (Winery Park)

Wine tasting

The details of the tasting are arranged directly with the vineyard.

The treat includes: regional products and seasonal cuisine, the rarity are rolls made of vine leaves (in imitation of cabbage rolls), homemade pickles, local cheeses, lunch meat, bread and fruits. Meat, meatless and vegan dishes are made with the use of wine pickles.

Place of a tasting: an old wooden fisherman’s hut with a view of the river; an arbour by a winery; and many cozy recesses among vines

Useful information

Group service: from 6 to 60 people, during the Winobranie Wine Festival up to 100 people 
Parking for coaches: YES
Individual tourist service: YES, up to 6 people
Attractions for children: Park Krasnala (the Dwarf Park) in Nowa Sól located circa 1 km from the vineyard

Additional offer:
In the vineyard, you can buy: wine, grape preserves, pears in wine, plums in wine and wine vinegar. There are organised: workshops about winemaking for 6 people in a cozy holiday farm; various courses for groups of 10-30 people (about vines growing, oenology and a sommelier’s profession).