The vineyard is adjacent to the Koziarnia agritourism farm, located in Pogorzany near Szczyrzyc, and the property is owned by Mr Marcin Lorek, who is famous for making some of the best cheese and cider. The first small vineyard in Koziarnia was planted in 2005 and was named Smykań after the hamlet in which the farm is located.
In 2009, another plantation with an area of 70 acres was planted in nearby Słupia. The new vineyard, located on a warm slope, has a much better location than the previous one, which has consequently significantly improved the quality of the wines from Koziarnia. Both plots of land are used to grow a fairly wide range of grape varieties: Regent, Rondo, Cabernet Cortis, Leon Millot and Marechal Foch for red wines, and Seyval Blanc, Johanniter, Bianca, Odessa Muscat, Siegerrebe and Pinot Gris for white wines. Recently, sparkling wines have also been made here, as well as macerated white wines, commonly known as 'orange wines', which are made using the Georgian method. The winery also offers accommodation for guests who would like to relax after a tasting.