Hine

Probably the best of the big names. Founded by an immigrant from Dorset in 1791 and shipped in cask to the British wine merchants. They were taken over by Distillers who were taken over by Guinness who were acquired by Hennessey. Most of their cognacs come from the Champagnes.

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  1. Cognac Hine Vintage 1987 (Early Landed) Grande Champagne

    Cognac Hine Vintage 1987 (Early Landed) Grande Champagne

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    Excl. VAT: £99.53 Incl. VAT: £119.44

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    The early landed cognacs from Hine have been matured in cellars in the UK. Cognacs aged this way can be affected by the drier conditions which allow the barrels to absorb more cognac. It was landed in 1990 and bottled in 2005.

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  2. Cognac Hine Vintage 1981 Grande Champagne

    Cognac Hine Vintage 1981 Grande Champagne

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    A well known name with links to Hennessy. The last owner was Bernard Hine, one of the Cognac Grandees. Dry and floral with vine cane and straw aroma. The cognac has been aged in UK cellars, landed in 1986 and bottled in 1999.

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  3. Hine 1952 Grande Champagne Cognac

    Hine 1952 Grande Champagne Cognac

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    Excl. VAT: £520.80 Incl. VAT: £624.96

    A marvellous example from the well respected cognac house, Hine. Bottled and sold by Hatch Mansfield & Co, this cognac is one of the 'Early Landed' variety. Hine is the only cognac house to be awarded a Royal Warrant so the 1952 vintage is particularly special. A reserve of this vintage was set aside to commemorate the accession of Queen Elizabeth II. In 1977, some was bottled and presented to the Queen for her Silver Jubilee and the rest ten years later, in 1987. This one was bottled in 1980 and has a volume of 68.2cl.

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