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Good Polish Wines


FISZ 24 | 2,116  
8 Mar 2007 /  #31
come on....liquid crack? Was big in the late 80's early 90's...may still be in the ghetto somewhere.
sledz 23 | 2,250  
8 Mar 2007 /  #32
If only it weren't 3,000 miles away

I ship it to you..
tell what kind youre looking for and I`ll see if they have it.
This sklep is huge.....

come on....liquid crack? Was big in the late 80's early 90's

Cisco??? I really never heard of it?

Lockeroom?????
OP shewolf 5 | 1,077  
8 Mar 2007 /  #33
How many Polish wines do they have? A big variety or a few?
ArturSzastak 3 | 593  
8 Mar 2007 /  #34
ship it to you..
tell what kind youre looking for and I`ll see if they have it.
This sklep is huge.....

Spirytus please. I'll expect it sometime next week.

3070 ValleyView Circle, Erie,PA 16509

need any mo info?
forgetmenots 4 | 77  
8 Mar 2007 /  #35
need any mo info?

yep give me your credit card number and PIN - I will make the deal for ya :)
krysia 23 | 3,057  
8 Mar 2007 /  #36
You can give it to me too. We promise to take good care of it and put it to good use.:)
forgetmenots 4 | 77  
8 Mar 2007 /  #37
YEAH I am team spirit as well. Krysia I see huge possibility that we could start to make business together :) :) :)

I think Artur wouldnt mind to invest - the good start is an important one :) there is nothing cheaper than outside capital
krysia 23 | 3,057  
8 Mar 2007 /  #38
:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
Yeah....
OP shewolf 5 | 1,077  
8 Mar 2007 /  #39
Spirytus please. I'll expect it sometime next week.

3070 ValleyView Circle, Erie,PA 16509

Let's all go over to ArturSzastak's house and see what he's doing. :)
sledz 23 | 2,250  
8 Mar 2007 /  #40
How many Polish wines do they have? A big variety or a few?

The place is huge, Polish deli, sausages. kielbasa, paczki/bakery
then the liguor dept, has all kinds of wodka.
I seen the wine section but didnt look at any labels
OP shewolf 5 | 1,077  
10 Mar 2007 /  #41
I found a site on the internet that sells Polish wines and other liquor. It's internetwines.com. I just typed Poland in the search box and they all came up.
sledz 23 | 2,250  
27 Mar 2008 /  #42
I have a bottle of Grzaniec Galicyjski and I warmed some up on the stove.
Quite tasty and its has a little kick to it..:)
OP shewolf 5 | 1,077  
27 Mar 2008 /  #43
Warm? Hmm. Sounds good. I ended up finding some Polish wine in my area and the taste reminds me of cough syrup. But I like one called Nalewka Babuni, Cherry flavor. I like mixing it with 7-Up.
inkrakow  
28 Mar 2008 /  #44
Nalewki aren't wine - they're liqueurs!

The reason you can't buy Polish wine anywhere is because the producers not only get taxed to death they are also hounded by the hygiene police. Malopolska recently started promoting a 'wine route' where you can go to local vineyards and drink their wine, but you won't see it in the shops.
arthur - | 9  
28 Mar 2008 /  #45
I like MD 20/20 ahwooooooooo!

There you go again Sledz promoting your Mad Dog 20/20. That rot gut juice will kill you one day. And to even mention Boone's Farm along with those other ones - I hope you're not a true to life soak. I personally take pride being from Illinois but I certainly don't drink the abovementioned! It's nearly five over here ..... I think I'll go find the next Tyskie Bar? Have a good weekend in Chicago.
plk123 8 | 4,149  
28 Mar 2008 /  #46
arthur, you forgot wild irish rose buddy. breakfast of champions, i tellz ya. :D :D
espana 17 | 910  
28 Mar 2008 /  #47
good polish wines,,,,is a joke this thread?



Ranj 21 | 948  
28 Mar 2008 /  #48
How about Cisco...remember that stuff?

OMG.....had just a few sips of that stuff in my 20's and thought I was gonna die...lol!!!
Dice 15 | 452  
28 Mar 2008 /  #49
Poland and Polish People have no wine tradition at all.
You could say that Poland has decent Vodka and Beer, but what they sell as “wine” over there in most countrys would not even be considered wine. Often it is simply fermented and sometimes carbonated fruit juice.

Most Poles had never tasted or even heard of every day wines such as Merlot, Pinot Noir or Chardonnay. How would they know what a real wine supposed to taste like?

Try Polish Beer or Vodka instead, you won’t be disappointed.

Edit: One exemption from this is mead; a medieval honey wine, which is indigenous to that region, but again, mead is not what we consider real wine nowadays.
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
28 Mar 2008 /  #50
could it be something to do with the climate that means Poland is not a great wine producer? or is that
plk123 8 | 4,149  
28 Mar 2008 /  #51
sapphire

yes, for the most part it's too cold, especially the winters. grapes have a hard time but they do grow maybe just not the wine varieties.

they have wineries in Canada but it's in the southernmost part of the ON.
sledz 23 | 2,250  
29 Mar 2008 /  #52
There you go again Sledz promoting your Mad Dog 20/20. That rot gut juice will kill you one day. And to even mention Boone's Farm

I was only kidding, I cant drink that stuff ;)

I like Nightrain...lol
MrAmerica - | 12  
29 Mar 2008 /  #53
I cant drink that stuff ;)

I don't think anyone can drink that stuff!
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
30 Mar 2008 /  #54
People, people. Please, don`t make me laugh. Try to find info about Zielona Gora. And this is only one example for polish "wine regions"

Zielona Gora used to be a wine producing city but the wine they made was the one you would not like to drink. These were the common fruit (not grape) based "acids". They grapes they grew then fermented were mostly used to produce spirits (the "wine" was processed by the local distillery to produce some good vodkas) and vinegar. Grape based wine produced was symbolic in quantity and of terrible quality.

I called Zielona Gora home for 20 years, and I also worked in the winery (the one off Jaskolcza Street) one summer vacation. I hear it is not longer in business.
osiol 55 | 3,922  
30 Mar 2008 /  #55
In the latitudes where wine grapes can be grown, when you reach the northern limits, red is not to be recommended. I won't even touch Hungarian red, but their whites aren't so bad. I've never seen Czech wines, so Poland doesn't look like a likely producer.

The only time I've seen Polish people drink wine was at New Year and it was a token glass of Champagne. I had two barely touched glasses handed over to me after they saw me guzzling my glass in the same way they guzzled vodka.
Prince 15 | 590  
10 Nov 2008 /  #56
In the past we have invented first crude Brandy. It was much hoter in Poland in 1000 AD.

Now when climate changes and Poland has more opportunities...

We have some very good wines.

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From south east (100 new vineyards) in my opinion they have the best wines in Poland.

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You can get them in Polish restaurants. In 2009 there was plan to enter wider market.

In south west there are new initiatives as well
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Nov 2008 /  #57
Good Polish wines? LOL This must be like the great Polish whisky that actually turned out to be Scotch. Ask dtaylor about this. The great wines in Poland may be a better title.
Switezianka - | 463  
10 Nov 2008 /  #58
Komandos, Wino marki Wino, Lipa z Miodem, Czar TeĊ›ciowej...

Tanie wino jest dobre, bo jest dobre i tanie...
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Nov 2008 /  #59
Tell me the same the morning after ;)

Congeners ain't our friend
welshguyinpola 23 | 463  
10 Nov 2008 /  #60
F*** the wine, its all the same whereevr you go. I really miss cider from back home, not strongbow or blackthorn but the cloudy stuff with all the sediment. Can someone start making this in their basements?

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