The French? They wine!

How about starting with some paradox?

Well - red grapes are used to make white wine!

Seriously! Of course, red wine is also made from red grapes, and the trick is made on one of the stages of vinification - "turning grapes into wine".

Well, the "pulp" (pardon me, but no Frenchman can pronounce this word) of both white and dark grapes is simply... transparent (sic!). And what makes red wine red is the dark grape skins added to the fermentation.

Trivia and trainings are one of the activities of LE PARADOX in Warsaw Breweries - a bar specializing in grape drinks of French origin. No wonder, after all the French know wine and champagne as nobody in the world. And whoever at least once in his life had a chance to taste the best original champagnes or fantastic white Chablis Grand Cru with aromas of baked bread crusts, has no doubts.

I would like to offer a flavorful journey through Europe, as well as introduce them to the secrets of these unique beverages to guests. My goal is to teach and spread the culture of wine drinking in Poland. I put all my heart and time into the proper selection and purchase of wines of appropriate vintages and I personally make sure of the quality of the products I sell. I regularly organize free tastings and trainings for my regular customers in Le Paradox". says Piotr Klimczyk who grew up in France

There is no paradox in the information that LE PARADOX is primarily a bar (and store) with French wines and champagnes. And not the random ones, because their exclusive selection is the responsibility of Piotr Klimczyk, a Pole brought up in France, who aims to spread the culture of wine drinking in Poland. Piotr puts all his heart and time into the proper selection and purchase of wines of appropriate vintages, personally inspecting the quality of the products sold.

And rest assured. Among these pearls of red and white flavonoids enchanted in glass bottles, pleasures await you at paradoxically moderate prices. These wines come to Warsaw Breweries straight from the vineyards of local French producers - without the profit margins of importers, wholesalers and other links. LE PARADOX brings over 400 kinds of red, white and rose wines, as well as champagnes and sparkling wines to Warsaw Wola.

Speaking of flavonoids, a word about the "French paradox" term, which hides the answer to a question. And it is: "how come the French, despite a diet full of creamy sauces and fatty as hell cheeses, suffer from atherosclerosis less often than people in other European countries? And here all to blame are the flavonoids contained in wine, which French absolutely do not stint to themselves. Cheers and see you at LE PARADOX.