We are the wine industry’s voice. We fight for optimal conditions for the wine industry’s development in Poland. We monitor the legislative process, issue opinions on draft legal acts. We lobby for new legal provisions or changes to those already in force in line with the expectations of the wine industry and consumers.
We provide substantive support everyday by advising and helping solve problems.
We gather industry data, trends and economic forecasts from companies, institutes and other sources. We conduct opinion surveys.
We inform the public about everything that is important in the wine industry. We promote responsible alcohol consumption.
We are a member of the AICV – the only organisation that represents European Union producers of ciders and fruit wines. This means that our opinion counts in international discussions. We also exchange experience and build relationships that strengthen the industry’s standing in Europe.
The Association of Employers The Polish Wine Council (ZP PRW) is an association of companies from the wine industry. It is a self-governing, independent organisation with voluntary membership.
Its main bodies are:
the General Assembly of Members, the Main Council and the Management Board.
The highest body is the General Assembly of Members, which defines the directions for the Council’s activities.
Its deliberations include ordinary members with full voting rights and honorary members in a consulting role.
The Main Council is the body appointed to supervise ZP PRW’s activities. The executive body is the Management Board appointed by the Main Council.
Honorary members are people that have made a significant contribution to the Council’s development and have greatly assisted in the achievement of its goals. This distinction is granted by the General Assembly of Members.
In 1991, he was a co-organiser of the Polish Wine Council. He has been its chairman from its inception to 2015. He was associated with the wine industry for practically all of his professional life and after retirement got actively involved in the Council’s work.
Has been with the Council since its inception. In 1991, she initiated the Organisation’s founding and then actively acted in the Executive Committee. Between 1995 and 2016, she was the Office Director. Currently, she remains actively involved in the Council’s work as an expert.
Has been active in the industry and the Polish Wine Council for many years. She had served diligently as the Organisation’s Chancellor and participated in the deliberations of the Executive Committee in subsequent terms. Currently, she is an expert for the ZP PRW and her extensive professional experience is a huge help in the Council’s activities.
Institute of Fermentation and Microbiology Technologies
Department of Biotechnology, Microbiology and Food Evaluation