The Koniusza vineyard is located 25 kilometres from Krakow in the village of Łyszkowice in the Koniusza municipality (gmina) (hence its name) at an altitude of 290 metres above sea level and covers only 0.7 hectares. It has been planted on a gentle south-western slope and grows vines of white varieties – Solaris and Johanniter, but also Bianca, Seyval Blanc, Jutrzenka and Muscat. The most important varieties used for making red and rosé wines are Regent and Rondo, complemented by Léon Millot, Maréchal Foch, Zweigelt and Cabernet Cortis. The substrate of the vineyard is a layer of loess lying on rubble of limestone rocks. The winery produces white, rosé and red wines, mostly blended wines, rarely varietal wines. Thanks to the traditional hand harvesting and the segregation of the grapes and maturation in oak barrels, the wine is well-selected and of high quality. During the summer, the winery offers tours around the vineyard with tastings as well as a lecture about winemaking and vineyard management.