Christoph Edelbauer’s winery in Austria’s Kamp Valley is small, but strong. This winery, where every single grape is harvested by hand, produces one of the best Pinot Noirs in the country. “Back to the roots” was the motto of wine grower Christoph Edelbauer when he returned to the family winery in 2003 after a string of internships abroad. At a time when modern technologies took over the wine-growing industry worldwide, Edelbauer’s vision was to once again establish a family-run winery of a small, manageable size. “Only in this way can I carry out every step of the cultivation myself and ensure that we do almost everything by hand,” he says.