Hardy's

+61 8 8392 2222 Reynell Road
Reynella, SA
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For over 150 years, Hardys has crafted some of Australia's best-known and most popular wines. Taking the bounty of our most abundant resource, sunshine, and teaming that with our most precious resource, water, to grow grapes best suited to the country?s best regions. The wine that results represents great value which was always the ambition of our founder, Thomas Hardy. His ambition was to ?create quality wines that will be prized in the markets of the world?. There is no shadow of a doubt this is still the principle that drives the Hardys winemakers today. – Description from winemaestro

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

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  • JD-I agree for the money pretty darn good. I bet it would surprise many in a blind tasting.In preparation for the Rivers-Marie release next week we opened this really good 2014 Rivers-Marie Pinot Noir Silver Eagle Vineyard. It's certainly our type of a hardy PN. Floral/expressive nose. Dark blackberry fruit with a hint of raspberry, excellent ba... Read More

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  • I think he's barking up the wrong tree  here.  Definitely a highly counterfeited wine, but most of the folks who would be buying something like this would go to a "reputable" auction site.  That's how Rudy K was able to get away with so much, and Hardy R, too--they got an auction house vetting for them.  I won't even bite on 2005 Cos for $195, w... Read More

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  • I would like to say I have read a lot of posts and find more of these fascinating than not. I have been trying to educate myself about wines, not because I indulge but because I have inherited some wine from my fathers estate and want to part with them, The research I have gathered is minimal and somewhat frustrating at times.I have some very ni... Read More

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  • And all this in the past 16 years.  One can only imagine what the next 16 years will bring.  Global warming is definitely changing wine maps all over the world.  Many for the better, although it's a small benefit to gain for the huge tragedy we're handing over to future generations.When it comes to winegrowing, grapes are pretty hardy relative t... Read More

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  • Hi, I'm Bruce.  I'm a UC Davis graduate of enology (26 years ago..alas) and have recently joined Snooth.  I was a former winemaker and enologist at two wineries on Long Island during the 1990s and am now semi-retired in Sarasota, FL.I'm still working in the wine trade, part-time in retail, but otherwise retired.  I'm still active in wine and eno... Read More

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  • Don't forget that history also applies to farming practices. You grow grapes to get juice that you can ferment into wine. You can ferment the red grapes once they're at a certain point of ripeness, meaning that they have at least enough sugar to ferment to 11-12 percent alcohol. Then you pick because if you don't and if you live in an Atlantic r... Read More

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  • Spinning this discussion out from another thread.To start with, here is a report, with queries, from one of our regulars: Reply by EMark, 2 hours ago.OK, here's an everything-but-the-kitchen sink wine:Get a load of this (from the back label)76% Cabernet Sauvignon8% Syrah5% Petit Verdot3% Cabernet Franc3% Malbec3% Merlot2% Petite SirahAlso, the f... Read More

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  • I agree that the wine is not (likely) counterfeit, although it's not (ever) the makers who counterfeit--it's someone else. That's what makes it counterfeit.  Surely as the sleuth you understand it wasn't DRC that counterfeited their wine, or Ponsot, or any other manufacturer.  It was Rudi.  And "Hardy Rodenstock," and a lot of other people.  The... Read More

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  • Anyone care to play a little sleuthing game? Why are these labels different for the same wine?With all the fake wine out there these days, especially in Burgundy and Bordeaux, folks are a little anxious about Rudy era bottles.   Read More

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  • The sweet wines are very different depending on the production method. I'm kind of a sugar slut so I like them all were someone to pour them, but as far as what I'd buy, that's a different story.  Top of the list for me are the botrytized wines and top of that list has to be Tokaj Aszú for the reasons mentioned - the poise between acidity and su... Read More

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