Wine is also a very long-standing culture in Nuremberg. The winemaking is specially built by people, and the temperature and humidity are well preserved. You can also see the barrels of different wines in the wine cellar. This wine cellar is also open to the public. .
The wine cellar is a traditional German wood-bar house, which is the most beautiful view on the Pegnitz River in Nuremberg. The entire wine cellar is a half-timbered structure, and it is the longest of its kind in Germany. It was built in the 15th century as a premises for lepers, and later it was converted into a wine cellar. The location used to be the edge of the city of Nuremberg, but now it is located in the center of the city, with a covered bridge leading to the island in the heart of Pegnitz.
The sunset is beautiful on it, and here is the most beautiful scenery in Nuremberg! At the time, I didn't know that this was a wine cellar. It was purely attracted by such ancient castles and covered bridges. When I approached the introduction, I realized that it really had a story. The more the wine is, the more fragrant it is, and so does the architecture!
There is an old wine cellar by the Pegnitz River. There are two half-timbered floors over the Pegnitz River. There is a square tower on the side. I thought it was an ancient Fort, in fact, it is a wine cellar with a history of more than four hundred years. It is also a must-go place for tourists in the Old Town of Nuremberg.
If Kaiserburg is the signature attraction of Nuremberg, then another place I would highly recommend to everyone is the wine cellar. It should be said that this is not an attraction, but an ordinary hut on the Pegnitz River. But the combination of this river and this house is the truly charming wind of Nuremberg, the mellow sense of history, as if it exudes a light wine fragrance