Stanislas Jean de Boufflers
portrait author: F.S. Delpech
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 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.
The Dom Jantoń estate, with a stable and a wine cellar, is surrounded by a two-hectare vineyard. In harmony with tradition and nature, the family creates white and rosé wines, naturally sweet wines from late harvest and sparkling wines with the noblest method of second bottle fermentation.
The grapevine varieties are carefully selected here according to the climate and soil conditions. The light, heat-retaining and water-permeable sandy soil provides its wines with exceptional aroma and finesse. The first vines were planted in 2013. Initially, the vineyard was a hobby, producing wines only for the needs of family and friends. Currently, thanks to the great passion and commitment of people, unique wines are produced here.
Huge passion and 30 years of experience in the wine industry have allowed the owners to create a unique place on the map of Polish vineyards. Recently they have been joined by their daughter with a bachelor's degree in Biotechnology (Jagiellonian University) and a double master's degree: Oenology (Universite de Bordeaux) and Vineyard and Winery Management (Bordeaux Sciences Agro).
Jantoń Spółka z o. o.
Wymysłów Francuski 3
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