The Austrian politician and lawyer Dr. Karl Lueger (1844-1910) was the mayor of 1897 until his death Wien
, In the Lower Austrian community Gumpoldskirchen
In 1905 he had the Lueger cellar named after him, which served as an annex for the Vienna Rathauskeller. Today it is the business location of the winery Late red Gebeshuber
, Around the turn of the century was at a ball in Wien
Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916), a wine from the Wachau
Loiben municipality serves. The emperor commented on this with the words: "I would not have thought that there was such good wine in my countries"
. Lueger then proposed the name "Loibner Kaiserwein", which is still used for a popular branded wine.