A. Hardy Les Printemps



Hardy Les Printemps is a Cognac made from a blend of small batches coming exclusively from the Grande Champagne terroir, classified as Premier Cru in the Cognac Region and carefully isolated by Armand Hardy at the end of the Second World War.

The Crystal Decanter is presented in a bottle created especially for the Hardy House by Lalique Paris.

The stopper carved in the crystal is almond green, a discreet reminder of the creations of the Lalique-Paris house in the early 20th century. The decanter is placed in the center of a round precious box mixing white and pastel leather with a front opening.

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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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Weight 5 kg



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