WinnieDresden Ι Go to the best wine estates in Germany and have a drink. Dresden is a well-known wine origin in eastern Germany. There is a complete wine production chain and picturesque wine estates. Wackerbarth, located in Dresden, Germany, is a Baroque castle surrounded by vineyards and is now open to the public as a winery. Wackerbarth Winery is located in the hilly area west of Dresden and has a history of more than 300 years. Judging from a tourist spot alone, the scenery of the manor is also beautiful and charming! Because of the terrain, all the grapes planted here are artificially cultivated and picked. Although it is time-consuming and labor-intensive, it can guarantee the quality of the fruits to the greatest extent. The grapes here are mainly for white wine, and each grape is strictly selected to meet the standards before it can enter the wine-making process. The requirements for raw materials are very high. When visiting the winery, a staff member will take us to see the wine production process. In Wackerbarth, the sparkling wine uses the traditional method of completing the second fermentation in the bottle, and the carbon dioxide produced during the fermentation is left in the bottle. In the process, after aging, bottle turning, and slag removal, the fine bubbles and clear liquor are finally obtained. The red and white wines are also made in traditional oak barrels. The smell of wine is permeated everywhere in the factory. At the end of the tour, there is a wine tasting session. How can I say that this is the best wine I have ever drunk. The entrance does not have the sour taste of ordinary wine, no matter what the entrance is. , Or back sweet, it is a sweet and sweet delicacy, decisively, I went to the product area to buy two bottles and put it in the bag. Address: Wackerbarthstraße 1, 01445 Radebeul/ Dresden, Germany Opening hours: Closed on Monday, Tuesday to Saturday: 12:00-22:00, Sunday: 10:00-18:00 Surroundings: 11.1 from Dresden Frauenkirche Kilometers away, Loessnitz Stadium is about 3.1 kilometers away. Transportation: There is no public transportation. It is recommended to go by car.