Warsaw Uncorked is the result of our passion for wine, food
and a fantastic vibrant city.
We will be happy to plan and organize a great time for you, sharing our knowledge about the city and its culinary offers.

​​Within Warsaw Uncorked, there is a whole range of tasting opportunities
where together we can discover more about
​the fascinating world of wine, about the best places in town offering different types of cuisine,​ and about the city itself.

Anna Kruszczyńska


Anna Kruszczyńska is a former Finance Manager, fluent in English and French. Backed by a team of multilingual wine specialists, restaurant managers and chefs, she started to organize wine and food tasting events in January 2015. Constantly looking for new ideas for an event, she likes to add a little twist to the event, or to combine wine and/or food tasting with a city tour. You can count on Anna for her professionalism, organizational and communication skills and her attention to detail.

She loves travelling and meeting interesting people, and introducing Warsaw to friends and visitors. She likes people who have passion and know how to talk about it, keeping audience’s attention - exactly like the wine specialists she likes working with.

Izabela Kamińska

Wine journalist, works with us on regular basis

She writes and talks about wine for many years, publishing her articles in national and international print and on-line magazines. She has her own wine show called "Ale Wino" on “Tuba Smaku” on Youtube channel. She run wine tastings and workshops for wine industry and business clients. For 6 yeas she worked for the biggest wine web-magazine in Poland, “Winicjatywa” and "Ferment" wine magazine; she was also cooperating regularly with Smak magazine. For 5 years she worked for the Mielżyński Wines Spirits Specialties, running wine tastings and workshops for their employees and for external clients, and she was also responsible for building their wines portfolio. In 2010, she co-founded the Bardeaux Bar within the club-café Cud nad Wisłą, opened for three summer seasons 2010-2012.

In wine, she looks for a story: of a region, but also of people. She loves sparkling wines, jazz music, fat books, dogs and travels. And she hates feeling bored.