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HARDYS

Hardys was founded by English immigrant Thomas Hardy in 1853. Arriving in Australia in 1850 from Devon, England, aboard the ship "British Empire" with his cousin Johanna, Thomas Hardy was regarded as a young man of intelligence and vision beyond his years. Hardy's vision was to create wines that would be prized in all markets of the world. True to his vision he was awarded gold medals and commendations at international wine shows including Bordeaux in 1883 and Paris in 1889. Today, after 27 vintages abroad and in Australia, Bill Hardy, the great great grandson of Thomas, was appointed Hardy Brand Ambassador and Corporate Oenologist in 1995. He now travels around Australia and the world promoting his family's proud history as well as the stories and the wines of Hardys.

The great Thomas Hardy legacy lives on today through six generations of Hardy family involvement, overseeing expansion into new Australian viticulture regions, winemaking advances and global distribution. Somewhere behind each of Hardys wines lingers the spirit of Thomas Hardy.
LOCATION
McLaren Vale, Australia
VARIETIES PLANTED
Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Pinot Gris, Shiraz, Semillon
CELLAR DOOR HOURS
7 days a week 10.00am . 4.30pm Offering Tastings / Events / Function Facilities
DID YOU KNOW
Hardys was established in 1853 in McLaren Vale.

Hardys was the first Australian winery to be awarded two Gold medals at the International Wine Shows in Bordeaux, 1882, and Paris, 1889.

Sponsor of the Australian Cricket Team

Sponsor of the English Cricket Team
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
4 Star Rated Wine
5 Star Rated Wine
93/100
94/100
Deep & Meaningful: Rich, Textural and Rather Trendy
Gold Medal Winner
Oak-Lite: Lean, Mean and Minerally Inclined
Winemaker

Paul Lapsley

Paul Lapsley is our 18th Chief Winemaker and, like all his predecessors, his mission is to fulfil Thomas Hardy's vision of creating "wines that would be prized in all markets around the world".

His dedication and passion for winemaking ensures that all of our wines continue to push the boundaries of viticulture whilst maintaining the high quality of wines for which Hardys is famous. Paul's incredible palate brings a distinct quality and character to all his wines.

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TASTINGS & EVENTS YOU MIGHT LIKE

PREMIUM AUSTRALIAN NEW ARRIVALS

As you've probably noticed, this month is all about Australia. Tonight is about going all out, at the real high end of the market. Our Fine Wine manager Regan McCaffery, will be presenting an exciting selection of 8 new special wines, most of which have never been seen in New Zealand before. We will be covering a range of varieties, all made in very small quantities, often from extremely old vineyards. We'll be starting with the House of Arras EJ Carr Late Disgorged Methode Traditionelle. Made in Tasmania this is the most expensive sparkling wine in Australia. Followed by one of their finest Chards for over 30yrs, the Eileen Hardy Chardonnay 2015. Then we taste two interesting varieties. Hewitson Old Garden Mourvedre 2013, from the oldest Mourvedre vineyard in the world planted 1853. Followed by some mere 81yr old Clare Valley vines, in the Kilikanoon Kelly 1932 Grenache 2013. Two fine Cabernet Sauvignon are up next, Kilakanoon Tregea Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2013, and the long awaited arrival in NZ of the Grant Burge Barossa Shadrach Cabernet Sauvignon 2010. We finish with two wines from Australias most famous grape. The Kaesler Alte Reuban Shiraz 2013 from an vineyard in Marananga planted 1899. Then the rare Hewitson Mother Vine Monopole Shiraz 2015, a clonale selection from a single ancient 1853 Shiraz vine. Forget all you think you know about Australian wines, these will blow you away.
When  |  7:00pm Thursday 28 June
Where  |  Glengarry Victoria Park, 118 Wellesley St West, Auckland
Price  |  $65.00
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