TN: HeinrichMayr Nusserhof Ty...O NV...(short/boring)

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TN: HeinrichMayr Nusserhof Ty...O NV...(short/boring)

#1 Post by TomHill » July 31st, 2020, 12:13 pm

After trying their Schiava, I decided to try the Teroldego:
1. HeinrichMayr Nusserhof Ty....O VinoRosso (13%; L2014; Teroldego) Bozen/Sudtirol NV (2014): Very dark/near black color; very strong earthy/dusty/loamy/compost pile strong black cherry cola/blackberry/Teroldego some fragrant bit complex nose; fairly tart/tangy strong blackberry/Teroldegoblack cherry cola/licorice/pungent fairly earthy/loamy/compost pile slight graphite/mineral savory bit metallic some complex flavor w/ modest tangy tannins; very long rather earthy/loamy/compost pile some blackberry/black cherry cola/licorice bit complex finish w/ some rough/tangy tannins; much better than the Elda/Schiava but same earthy/loamy character but w/ more interesting fruit; definitely speaks of Teroldego but doesn't hold a candle to a basic Foradori Teroldego or most Trentino Teroldegos; needs some age but will never be a great Teroldego; quite overpriced at $57.00 (KK)
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A wee BloodyPulpit:
1. A week ago, I tried the Nusserhof Elda/Schiava. Interesting, but dominated by an earthy/loamy character w/ little fruit. This Teroldego definitely spoke of Teroldego but still dominated by the earthy/loamy character.
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Re: TN: HeinrichMayr Nusserhof Ty...O NV...(short/boring)

#2 Post by K N Haque » July 31st, 2020, 2:20 pm

I've never pulled the trigger on Nusserhof because of the prices, despite hearing from a few people that these are truly great Südtirol reds. After your two notes, I am glad I haven't done so. Have you had the lagrein?
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Re: TN: HeinrichMayr Nusserhof Ty...O NV...(short/boring)

#3 Post by Charles Weiss » July 31st, 2020, 3:10 pm

I liked the 2011 Schiava:

5/21/19. First of these I've had and I liked it quite a bit. Pinot-like in its palate impression; light but flavorful, good acidity. A little floral at first. Some spiciness. Intriguing and subtle at the same time.

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Nope...

#4 Post by TomHill » August 1st, 2020, 12:48 pm

K N Haque wrote:
July 31st, 2020, 2:20 pm
I've never pulled the trigger on Nusserhof because of the prices, despite hearing from a few people that these are truly great Südtirol reds. After your two notes, I am glad I haven't done so. Have you had the lagrein?
Nope, I've not tried their Lagrein. But would if I saw it on the shelf.
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Re: TN: HeinrichMayr Nusserhof Ty...O NV...(short/boring)

#5 Post by lleichtman » August 1st, 2020, 1:48 pm

K N Haque wrote:
July 31st, 2020, 2:20 pm
I've never pulled the trigger on Nusserhof because of the prices, despite hearing from a few people that these are truly great Südtirol reds. After your two notes, I am glad I haven't done so. Have you had the lagrein?
I have and it is reasonably priced and quite a nice food wine.
Lawrence G. Leichtman

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