The Hoflößnitz is the urban winery in Radebeul (district Oberlößnitz ) at the Saxon Wine Route .
In kurfürstlich- and royal-Saxon period the estate was as a country residence of the Saxon line of Wettiner almost 500 years the center of the court Saxon vineyard holdings. Today it is the Saxon Weinbaumuseum Hoflößnitz been expanded with sales office and serving its own wine. The estate belongs to Großlage Lößnitz , Single Location Goldener Wagen .
The Hoflößnitz with mountain and Lusthaus, Press House, Kavalierhaus, wine press, Spitz staircase and the adjacent right and left vineyards is including on the edge of the slope visible from afar Bismarck tower and standing next to Spitz house as historic preservation impersonal entity ( preservation orders ) under conservation. In addition, the entire open and green area is inclusive of the surrounding vineyard landscape with vineyard Goldener Wagen as work of landscape and garden design within the conservation area Historic Vineyard landscape Radebeul. For Hoflößnitz include the bottom and right edges of the east or the preferred gate system Winzerhaus with attached bakery and the left towards the bottom, this former timber yard, also with a vineyard house .
The main house of the estate investment is detailed in mountain and Lusthaus Hoflößnitz described. The of the Dutch painter Albert Eckhout derived 80 Bird oil painting on the ceiling of the ballroom there are in the list of bird paintings by Albert Eckhout in Hoflößnitz listed.