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Lanson

Reims | Champagne - France

Lanson, founded in 1760, is one of the oldest Champagne houses. In addition to its high quality standards, Lanson's unique style is strongly characterized by freshness accompanied by an exceptional aromatic depth. This style is the result of a bold choice made by Victor Lanson in the 70s, to continue the tradition that wanted the production of Champagne without malolactic fermentation.

This delicate wine, created in the 1950s, was one of the first ever Rosé champagnes. It is also one of the most well-loved, particularly for its freshness that echoes Lanson Black Label.

Le Black Label Brut owes its iconic name to Victor Lanson who gave it in 1937, both as a proof of openness to the world and as a tribute to the Royal Court of England which Lanson has been officially supplying since 1900. This champagne is a balanced alliance of vitality and finesse, freshness and elegance, characteristic of the Lanson Style.

Le Black Label Brut owes its iconic name to Victor Lanson who gave it in 1937, both as a proof of openness to the world and as a tribute to the Royal Court of England which Lanson has been officially supplying since 1900. This champagne is a balanced alliance of vitality and finesse, freshness and elegance, characteristic of the Lanson Style.

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Lanson has chosen to present Vintage exclusively in the vintages that can be really considered exceptional. Thanks to the absence of malolactic fermentation, the Vintage champagne rest and evolve in ideal conditions for at least 5 years in the Cellars of Reims.

Created in 1979, the Noble Cuvée is the fruit of this passion. Only 14 vintages were chosen to make the Noble Cuvée Brut. It is an audacious creation allowing the wines to be sublimated by time.

This delicate wine, created in the 1950s, was one of the first ever Rosé champagnes. It is also one of the most well-loved, particularly for its freshness that echoes Lanson Black Label.