Make wine for others, as you would for yourself!

The motto of Father’s Wine tells much about the wines they make – high quality and small batches as you would do for yourself.

The winery was founded in 2010 by Volodymyr Buyachko. He enthusiastically planted experimental saplings, and after a while his debut in wine production was made. His hobby and passion turned out to be a business. After Volodymyr passed away in 2018, his family – wife Nadezhda and children – Taras and Oksana – continue his work.

The winery is located in the Western part of Ukraine – in Ternopil region that has favourable conditions for making white wines; the terroir gives perfect acidity to almost all white varieties. Father’s Wine has Jupiter, Johanniter, Muscat Ottonel, Riesling and Helios white varieties and reds Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Odessa Black (cross of Alicante Bouschet and Cabernet Sauvignon). Harvesting is done by hand.

Currently, the vineyards are about 4.5 hectares but in the near future the winery plans to expand and plant some more white varieties. Today the production is 12.000 bottles per year.

There is news to come as the winemakers are experimenting with Pet-Nat, sparklings, different white varieties and also orange wines. A new tasting area will be also opened shortly.

Last but not least the labels. Bright geometry, a colourful kaleidoscope, an allusion to an ethnic costume, a code of generations… The simplicity and symbolism used on labels present the history of previous generations, connection with the elements and family traditions. Can you find grapes, fields, stars, sun, wine glass and founder initials on the labels?


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