Wines by Hardys
Eileen Hardy Chardonnay
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Fruit Chardonnay
Regions
 
  Each $105.99
  $1271.00
Available in cases of 6
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Eileen Hardy Shiraz
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $139.99
  $1679.00
Available in cases of 6
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Hardys HRB Chardonnay
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Fruit Chardonnay
Regions
  South Australia
  Each $29.99
  $359.00
Available by the dozen
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Hardys Oomoo Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon
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Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions Coonawarra
  South Australia
  Each $17.99
  $215.00
Available by the dozen
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Hardys Oomoo McLaren Vale Shiraz
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $17.99
  $215.00
Available by the dozen
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Hardys Tintara Cabernet Sauvignon
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Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $23.99
  $287.00
Available by the dozen
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Hardys Tintara Shiraz
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $23.99
  $287.00
Available by the dozen
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Thomas Hardy Cabernet Sauvignon
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Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions Coonawarra
  South Australia
  Each $104.99
  $1259.00
Available in cartons of six
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About the Hardys Winery
Thomas Hardy left Devon in 1850 at the age of 20 and migrated to the new colony of South Australia
He established a winery on the banks of Adelaide's River Torrens in 1853. His Bankside winery was the start of an outstanding family wine business that grew to become one of the world's great wine companies. Thomas Hardy was a self-made man, a pioneer of immense character. With a mixture of energy, determination, shrewd judgment, innovation and a touch of daring, he pursued the highest standards in winemaking. At Bankside, and later at his McLaren Vale property Tintara, he focused on quality and craftsmanship. Tintara was to become the centre of Hardy's enterprise and by the late 1800s was one of the best-equipped and managed wineries in Australia. This success was substantially due to Hardy's initiatives in planting higher quality, lower yielding varieties rather than the coarser, heavier-yielding types more common at the time. His willingness to experiment with and to use novel equipment, much of which he designed and built himself, also contributed to this success. Hardys»