Feiler-Artinger

Feiler-Artinger

The history of the estate begins when Gustav and Karoline Feiler bought the house in Rust’s main street a year after they were married and developed a mixed farm with cattle and grain as well as vines. 

The wine side grew and after the war Gustav began bottling and marketing wine himself. In 1963 Hans took over from his father to be joined by his son Kurt in 1994. The estate now comprises 30 hectares around Rust and the Hügelland, the chain of low hills to the west of the Neusiedlersee, 65% planted with red varieties, mainly Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt, 35% white, mainly Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Welschriesling. The soils here a mixture with slate, stones and chalk, the climate continental but hugely influenced by the shallow waters of the lake which provide ideal conditions for botrytis. 15% of the production is sweet wine with Ausbruch, a speciality of the area, similar to TBA but with a slightly lower must weight being the ‘jewel in the crown’ and a wine which has led to Feiler Artinger being acknowledged as one of the world’s leading dessert wine producers.

  1. Blaufrankisch, Feiler Artinger
    Feiler-Artinger Blaufränkisch, Umriss, Burgenland 2013
    Blaufränkisch 13.5% Vol
    Northern Europe > Austria
    A succulent and rich wine with plenty of soft red fruit and cherry flavours with balanced tannins...
    £19.80 per bottle
  2. Ruster Ausbruch, Feil-Artinger Hf
    Feiler-Artinger Ruster Ausbruch, Burgenland 2013 - Half
    Chardonnay 9.0% Vol
    Northern Europe > Austria
    Feiler's signature wine is made from selected botrytis- affected grapes from the town of Rust. It...
    £33.00 per bottle
  3. Neuburger, Burgenland, Feiler-Artinger
    Feiler-Artinger Neuburger, Burgenland 2017
    Neuburger 13.0% Vol
    Northern Europe > Austria
    This is a superbly complex wine with well balanced fruit and oak, intense and long from a producer...
    £22.50 per bottle