Goja Vineyard is located in Smardzowice, close to the border with the Ojców National Park, on a slightly sloping southern slope, which descends steeply towards the Prądnik Valley.
The plantation is located relatively high, about 380-400 meters above sea level, and is founded on quite heavy clay-lime soils, sometimes containing a large admixture of rock fragments.
The vineyard is based on the "classic" grapevines for this area: Seyval Blanc and Solaris for white wines and Leon Millot, Marechal Foch and Regent for red wines.
Due to the cold, upland climate and the difficult to cultivate soil, these are not easy conditions for growing vines, but this harsh habitat gives the wines a specific "mountain" character.
Most of the work on the care of shrubs is done by hand. Harvesting and selection of grapes is also done in this way.
The wines are produced with the greatest care in a traditional and natural way.