Polmos Zyrardow's distillery was born in 1910 in Poland when he started producing the first Vodka. At the time the rye distillation was quite widespread in the country, and the distillery overwhelmed the two world wars and the political turmoil of Europe of the time. After the collapse of the Communist regime, Polmos decided to try to make a Vodka that he could distinguish himself from all, unique and authentic. That was how the Vodka Belvedere was inaugurated, in honor of the Warsaw Belweder Palace, which today appears on the label. Belvedere Vodka remained a regional product until the 1990s, when a wealthy American decided to buy its production and sales rights. In 2002 he finally entered the luxury circuit after the acquisition of the LVMH group. Today Vodka Belvedere is an icon, the very idea of luxury and value, sold in more than 100 countries around the world and produced in different types, depending on the fruits that are being macerated.