Dandelion Wine is so famed that merchants and businesses from other nations have tried to gain understanding, both honestly and dishonestly, about Dawn Winery's methods and the Dandelion Wine brewing process, sometimes in hopes of directly imitating it.
According to the wine maker at the Dawn Winery, Connor, it has a sweetish and refreshing taste, and it is rich in cereal aroma.
In high-class society, Dandelion Wine is to be poured into a silver goblet, "allowed to breathe for 12 minutes" (which likely means to let the goblet of wine sit in an open area undisturbed), and then have ice cubes added such that 60% of the ice is submerged beneath the wine.
- Dandelion wine is a real type of wine, classified as a fruit wine.
- In the Teyvat Food Notes, dandelion wine is substituted with absinthe.
- This wine is Venti's favorite wine.