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Hine Homage Cognac Grande Champagne


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Exceptionnal blend of 4 Early Landed Vintages: 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987

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It is a blend of cognacs, all from Grande Champagne, a rare earth for its calacari characteristics, and classified for these reasons Premier Cru of the delimited region of Cognac.

The cognacs, the youngest of which is 10 years old, have aged in French oak barrels.

The color is very deep amber with some old gold reflections mixed with purple.

Fragrances and flavors on notes of white flowers with touches of acacia honey and violet, harmoniously mixed with almost imperceptible hints of Cordovan leather, candied apricot with a very long finish remarkable on chocolates.

Very expressive: to taste in a tulip glass to capture the rich layers of fragrances from white flowers to scents of musk and old Cordovan leather. Rare.

Other: as a long drink with a citrus fruit schweppes.

Size : 700ml
Alcohol Degree : 40%
Appellation : Cognac Grande Champagne Premier Cru

The HINE House is located on the banks of Charente, in the heart of the Cognac region, in Jarnac. In its winery, which ensures the preservation of precious vintages under seal, few things changed in 250 years. The HINE Cognacs travelled around the world from nearby docks. This House, founded in 1763 by Thomas Hine is one of the oldest Cognac Houses.

Thomas, then aged sixteen, left his family home and headed for France, setting foot in Nantes in 1791, he then travelled to Bordeaux, where he stayed for a while, before continuing to Jarnac, a small town just east of Cognac. Since 1763, Jarnac had been the base for the négociant's premises where Thomas was to create his father's favourite cognac. He began his employment as a clerk.

Thomas ends up meeting Elisabeth, daughter to a prestigious trader. Love at first sight. In 1796, at the age of 22, Thomas weds Elisabeth.

Thomas fully master finance and trade. He develops the House’s traditional activity and in 1817, he gives to the company the name it stills carries today : Thomas HINE & Co.

Every family member would make their contribution to the House, whose current manager is Bernard HINE, a seventh generation.

The HINE logo, a stag, was trademarked in 1867.

Among a wide range of Cognacs, the Premier Grands Crus House only chose Grande Champagne Cognacs, Premier Cru of the Cognac region : the XO, TRIOMPHE and the House’s famous vintages.

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