Weingut Feiler-Artinger

Leithaberg Austria Burgenland

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Weingut Feiler-Artinger
The winery is located in the Free City Rust in the Burgenland (Austria). It was founded in the 1940s by Gustav Feiler, who marketed wine in bottles for the first time in 1947. The headquarters is a B...
Name: Weingut Feiler-Artinger
Address: Address 7071 Rust, Austria
Area: Leithaberg
Growing area: Burgenland
Vineyard: 28.3 ha
Owner: Familie Feiler
Wine Maker: Hans und Kurt Feiler
Phone: Phone
Fax: Fax
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Associations: Renommierte Weingüter Burgenland & Cercle Ruster Ausbruch
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0.75 L
2014 Blaufränkisch dry Alte Reben
31.00 €
91 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Tart, firm nose, light nutty, spicy oak, predominantly black berries, light dried floral aromas, tou...
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2015 Rust Blaufränkisch dry Umriss
12.00 €
87 WP - Very good
Editor note: Light nutty oak on the nose, ripe black and a few red berries, hint of cherries, earthy and dried ve...
0.375 L
2015 Rust Ausbruch sweet Pinot Cuvée
21.00 €
92 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Light nutty and dried floral notes on the nose, partly dried pomaceous fruit, hint of citrus, some l...
0.75 L
2013 dry Cabernet-Merlot 1000x
20.00 €
90 WP - Excellent
Editor note: Soked bacon and light animal notes on the nose, partly preserved blackcurrants and some sour cherrie...
0.75 L
2016 Neuburger dry
12.50 €
87 WP - Very good
Editor note: Nutty and light smoky notes on the nose, light earthy notes, dried vegetal and herbaceous aromas, ri...
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2015 Welschriesling dry O.S. Olé Bio
17.50 €
89 WP - Very good
Editor note: Murky gold colour. Firm nose, vegetal and yeasty notes, yellow spice, herbaceous notes, some yellow...

The winery is located in the Free City Rust in the Burgenland (Austria). It was founded in the 1940s by Gustav Feiler, who marketed wine in bottles for the first time in 1947. The headquarters is a Baroque town house with a historic cellar, whose origins date back to the 16th century. The company is today run by Hans (vineyards) and his wife Inge Feiler, as well as their son Kurt Feiler (Keller) and his wife Katrin. The vineyards cover 30 hectares of vineyards. They are 65% with the red varieties Blaufränkisch , Zweigelt, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Shiraz, as well as 35% with the white varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Welschriesling, Traminer, Neuburger, Muscat Ottonel, Sauvignon Blanc and Ruländer planted. According to the operating motto "intact nature - healthy soil - great wines" the vineyards are since 2008 organically farmed.

The dry white wines are mostly sorted in steel tanks. The red wines ripen after malolactic fermentation in large wooden barrels and then for another 15 to 18 months in new barriques of French and small German oak. The company is one of the best sweet wine producers in Austria and internationally. The premium wines include, for example, various Ruster outbreak in the variants Basis to Essence, the named after the founder and fermented in barrique and matured "Cuvée Gustav" (different depending on the year), the "Cuvée Solitaire" ( Blaufränkisch , Merlot, Zweigelt), and the "Number Cuvée", which is consecutively numbered since 1993 from 999 (Cabernet Franc, Merlot). Every year around 150,000 bottles of wine are produced. The winery is a member of Renowned wineries Burgenland and Cercle Ruster outbreak,

Weingut Feiler-Artinger Region: Leithaberg Austria Burgenland
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