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Hine 250 Anniversary Edition

21 June 2013 No Comment


Thomas Hine, an Englishman who was sent to the Cognac at an age of 16 by his father, rubbing the art of trading in Jarnac, is not the founder of the company which was established in 1763 on the banks of the Charente. Thomas has won the trust of founder James Delamain, and the heart of his daughter, Elizabeth. Since 1817, the name Hine  connects the house to his name.

Since 1971, Hine passed into the hands of different groups, however the house maintains a “cottage” dimension, focused on high-end.

At the celebration of the 250th anniversary on June 15 Hine unveiled the Hine 250 which is a beautiful carafe limited to 250 copies.

Philippe Ménard Pictured: Bernard Hine, Honorary President, Olivia Putman and François Le Grelle, Director General, with the bottle “Hine 250” PHOTO CD / Hine

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