The Hine legacy was born when, in 1763, Thomas Hine (from Dorset) began working for the Jarnac Cognac house, which later took his own name in 1817. From that moment onwards, six generations have continued to build the reputation of this now legendary name.
|1935||Grande Champagne Cognac Landed 1936, bottled by Ellis of Richmond, Hine||70/1||-||2||950.00||958.05||bt|
|1973||Grande Champagne Cognac Landed 1974, bottled 1996 by Avery's, Hine||70/1||-||7||300.00||302.78||bt|
|1975||Grande Champagne Cognac Landed 1979, bottled 1996 by J&B, Hine||70/1||-||8||285.00||293.05||bt|
|1986||Grande Champagne Cognac Landed 1987, bottled 2000 by Howells of Bristol, Hine||70/1||-||7||285.00||293.05||bt|
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