The winery was established in 2007 in the village of Stoki near Skała in the Krakow-Częstochowa Upland – the first vines were planted then, from which wine was made as early as 2010. However, the first successful wine, from the Rondo grape variety, was bottled a year later and immediately received an award – the silver medal during the Enoexpo fair. What started out as a small, backyard cultivation has now grown into a 1.5 ha plantation. In addition to the Rondo strain, the winery is famous for its Regent, Cabernet Cortis and Monarch varieties for red and rosé wines, as well as Solaris, Hibernal, Johanniter and Seyval Blanc for white and orange wines, which are slowly becoming the showpiece of the Kresy Winery. The founder and owner of the winery is Robert Zięba, a conservator of monuments who, despite bad omens, persisted in pursuing his dream related to his passion for wine, which has contributed to the existence of this wonderful vineyard. The vineyard has a new winery building with a tasting room, wine shop and a large shed for visitors, who are welcome here all year round.