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    A blend of over 40 Cognacs aged for more than 10 years and made exclusivley from grapes grown in Grande Champagne, the finest Cru of the Cognac region.
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    This champagne shows fine mousse in the glass and fresh floral aromas mixed with characteristic sweet, doughy overtones, which are balanced by richer fruit, peach skin characters and classic baked biscuit flavours with a crisp citrus finish.
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    Intense aromas of wild strawberries with notes of blackcurrants and redcurrants, and delicate spicy notes of vanilla and cinnamon. The mousse is intense, creamy and persistent. The palate is fresh and delicate with fine bubbles. The finish is elegant and fruity.
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    A blended Armagnac of which the youngest vintage in the blend is 3 years old.
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    Demi Sec. An explosion of charming fruit aromas on the nose: apricot, pear as well as exotic notes of mango and caramelized pineapple lifted by a subtle touch of citrus and pink grapefruit. This wine is ample on the pallet and displays a very elegant and refreshing acidity which enhances the delicate and rich character of the wine.
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    The wine has a lovely Pinot Noir richness on the nose, with aromas of baked apples and vanilla. On the palate, it is full, rounded and well balanced, with a lively, persistent finish.
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    Fresh floral aromas combine with characteristic sweet brioche overtones, balanced by peach skin and baked biscuit flavours with a crisp citrus finish.
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    From a 25ha family domaine located in the Jura between France and Switzerland. 100% Chardonnay witth 15 months on lees. Rich, deep, creamy peach and pear fruit.
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    Hine has a much publised connection with Beamisnter and we stock three of their most recognisable blends. Thomas Hine married the daughter of a gentleman who owned a Cognac House in Jarnac. By 1817 the company was renamed Thomas Hine & Company. VSOP status requires that the the contents must have spent at least four years in cask although in reality many of the brandies will be considerably older.
  • Wine
    Hine has a much publised connection with Beamisnter and we stock three of their most recognisable blends. Thomas Hine married the daughter of a gentleman who owned a Cognac House in Jarnac. By 1817 the company was renamed Thomas Hine & Company. H is a blend of more than 15 Petite Champagne cognacs, with the youngest aged for 4 years. ItÆs their most floral cognac: with hints of jasmine and iris on the nose, and a delicate, velvety palate.