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Hardy Cognac SA

142, rue Basse de Crouin, 16100 Cognac
France
Telephone +33 5 45825955
Fax +33 5 45826977
hardycognac@hardycognac.fr

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Nathalie EGRETEAU

Western Europe Area Manager

France

Phone
+33545829749

Email
negreteau@hardycognac.fr

Aurelie MARTIN

Marketing Manager

France

Phone
+33 5 45 82 01 67

Email
amartin@hardycognac.fr

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

HARDY COGNAC LEGEND 1863

Legend 1863 is a tribute to the world of Cognac and the Hardy family. The worthy successor to the Napoléon cognac, it pairs the elegance of Petite Champagne with the finesse of Borderies. A unique bottle with an attractive design showcasing the brand’s symbol of a cockerel.

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

HARDY COGNAC NOCES D'OR SUBLIME

A Grande Champagne in a unique carafe, enhanced by a 19th-century-style Art Deco glass plate displaying the Hardy cockerel. Taken from the Wedding series, this is a multi-award-winning blend of 50-year-old eaux-de-vie.

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

HARDY PRINTEMPS BY LALIQUE

Le Printemps ‘Lalique carafe’
Le Printemps carafe is the first in a series of four outstanding carafes inspired by the seasons. They will all bear the Lalique signature.
The feminine silhouette of the carafe and its sculpted, almond green-tinted stopper enclose a blend of small batches of Grande Champagne, carefully set aside by Armand Hardy at the end of the Second World War. This is a Cognac that charms the senses with its mild floral hints and youthful glow.

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

HARDY "ETE" BY LALIQUE

L’Été ‘Lalique carafe’
The crystal glassmakers Lalique has designed a fan-like carafe using its famous amber-coloured crystal that illuminates a fantastical vine. It has a sunnier and more vibrant feel than ever before.
The cognac is just as high-quality as the carafe. It is composed of six eaux-de-vies that are almost 100 years old from Grande Champagne, carefully put aside by Armand Hardy between 1919 and 1940. The cellar master has created a blend that evokes soft yet intense, almost sweet flavours mingling with notes of apricot, honey and cinnamon.

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

HARDY "AUTOMNE" BY LALIQUE

L'Automne "Lalique Carafe"

Autumn carafe is the third in a series of four outstanding carafes inspired by the seasons. They will all bear the Lalique signature.
The feminine silhouette of the carafe and its sculpted, purple tinted stopper enclose a blend of small batches of Grande Champagne, carefully set aside by Armand Hardy at the end of the second world war.
The cellar master has created a blend that evokes soft yet intensed, mingling with notes of candied apricots, currants and saffron. 

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Dec 18, 2019

HARDY "HAUTE COUTURE FOR COGNAC"

Hardy is proud of its ‘Haute Couture for Cognac’ signature. Like the great couturiers, Maison Hardy crafts rare and precious pieces. Collaborations with the crystal makers Daum, Baccarat and Lalique bear witness to this taste for the exceptional. An impressive collection of sparkling carafes has emerged over the course of more than thirty years. Even though some are no longer on sale, these carafes have become part of cognac history.

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About us

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Maison Hardy owes its name to an authentic English gentleman, Anthony Hardy. Like any conscientious wine and spirit merchant, Hardy liked to get out of London as often as he could and head down to Charente to check on the progress of the finest Cognac crus. He finally succumbed to the region’s charms in 1863, relocating permanently and founding Maison Hardy. As a mark of his great affection for France and the French, he went so far as to adopt the Gallic form of his Christian name, henceforth being known as Antoine Hardy. He also adopted the iconic French cockerel as the emblem of his new company

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