Georg Edlinger is an impressive character, and his winery in Unterloiben is equally remarkable: it offers not only a small but excellent selection of wines, but it is also possible to spend the night there. In total, there are five guest bedrooms available in the old manor house, which provides a perfect starting point for expeditions into the nearby vineyards or the wider Danube valley. Although his parents still help him with running the enterprise, Georg Edlinger describes his winery as essentially a ‘one-man-show’. He cultivates his 5.5 hectares on his own, and even though he does not vinify all of his harvest himself, but sells some of it to older and more established wineries, he nevertheless cares deeply for perfectly healthy grape material. His vines grow in the best terraces in Loiben, most of them on the Loibenberg, and the rest further down in the Kreutles terrace. In addition, he is of course also active in his wine cellar. Veltliner is his star player, and he produces it in all categories, from Steinfeder to Smaragd. But recently, he has also started to press Muskateller and Sauvignon Blanc, aromatic alternatives to his spicy-mineral Veltliner interpretations.