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Wines to Savor
June 11, 2008   
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Wine Bar Mielżyński combines a winery and a restaurant on Burakowska Street in Warsaw.

Mielżyński sells wines from the world around and also serves aromatic snacks and seasonal dishes that perfectly complement the wines. The winery also sells quality olive oil, pasta and balsamic vinegar. Clients can walk around the store, reading the wine labels. The owner, Robert Mielżyński, carefully selects the wines he sells and keeps expanding the range. He recommends keeping the wine in the cellar or in a special cooler, not in the refrigerator, where the air is too dry. "I like to serve red wine at 16 degrees Celsius," he says. "In the past, this was the usual temperature in homes, while now, they are much warmer, too warm for wine. After it is poured into a glass, wine will get warmer anyway. For white wine, I'd suggest 6-10 degrees Celsius. A cooler maintains a stable temperature, and wine does not like too much temperature change."


Mielżyński Winery; 5/7 Burakowska St., www.mielzynski.pl, tel. 0-22 636-87-09 (winery), 0-22 887-38-05 (store), open Mon.-Fri. 9 am.-11 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 12:45 p.m.-6 p.m.
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