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Jantoń Spółka z o. o.
Wymysłów Francuski 3
NIP: 731 20 64 746
The name “Francuski” [French] comes from the 18th Century, and was bestowed by Marquis Stanislas Jean de Boufflers, Godson of King Stanisław Leszczynski himself. In France, he was a famous personage. In 1784 he became a Field Marshal and a year later the Governor of Senegal. In 1787 he sat in the National Assembly of France. He was also a Knight of Malta, and a Member of the Berlin Academy. In 1797, escaping the French Revolution, he took refuge in Wymyslow, a farm which he acquired thanks to connections at the court of the Prussian King. A group of French aristocrats settled in Wymyslow along with the Marquis.
The Janton family estate covers an area of 30 hectares. It consists of a residence, a guest house, and a stable complex, with a private Museum of Carriages, and a winery. All of that is surrounded by a vineyard, in which the family creates still, dry white and rosé wines, naturally sweet, late-harvest wines and sparkling wines, using the most-noble method of secondary fermentation in the bottle.
The first vine plantings were made in 2013. Initially, the vineyard was just a hobby, producing wines only for the needs of family and friends. Huge passion, and almost 30 years of experience in the wine industry, led Jacek Janton to properly prepare and create a unique place on the map of Polish vineyards. In the local vineyard, wines are truly unique thanks to the careful selection of the grapes according to the climate and soil condition, as well as great passion and commitment of the people who create them. Currently there are six grape varieties planted in Janton estate: Riesling, Seyval Blanc, Solaris, Cabernet Cortis, Leon Millot and Rondo.
Our philosophy is to produce wines according to the Italian maxim - “Piccoli produttori di Grandi Vini", which translates to “Small producers of Great Wines”.
Stanislas Jean de Boufflers
portrait author: F.S. Delpech