Still a work in progress, the 1,000-acre $870 million attraction in the coastal city of Yantai is already open to the public. It was conceived by Changyu Pioneer Wine Company -- the country's oldest and largest winery -- to celebrate the country's burgeoning wine scene, and with help and financing from the esteemed Italian wine company Illva Saronno Holding Spa, the park is shaping up to be quite the sight. The grounds already feature one opulent chateau (there will be many more, including at least one with an artificial moat) and what's being touted as the world's largest wine production facility -- which will eventually have the potential to turn out a whopping 450,000 tons of wine and brandy per year. Inside these specific venues there will be halls dedicated to educating visitors about things like global wine history and culture. Other forthcoming attractions include a "wine skyscraper" that will house a "Wine Research Institute" as well as a number of of bars and tasting rooms. There will also be rows upon rows of grapevines, and what's been described as a "temple" to brandy.