The roots of Schloss Wackerbarth lie in the centuries-old tradition of enjoyment in the Saxon Elbe Valley: viticulture has shaped the landscape and people’s lives here for more than 850 years; 180 years ago, cellar masters from Reims brought the French art of sparkling wine production to Radebeul.

Visual Identity


The idea was to symbolize the history linked to the Saxon court during the heyday of Dresden Baroque. Between 1727 and 1730, August Christoph Graf von Wackerbarth had a baroque palace and garden built in the middle of the Radebeul vineyards.

The Count was one of Augustus the Strong’s closest confidants and held numerous important offices: To this day, the field marshal and privy councilor is remembered primarily as a builder – as governor of Dresden he is referred to as the „director of the Dresden Baroque“.