values and expertise that created the unique and enduring
style of Champagne Lanson have been handed down from
generation to generation. As "caretakers"
of this tradition, it is our duty to pass it on, while
always remaining responsive to the taste of the modern,
Champagne Lanson is one of the few
houses in the Champagne region that chooses not to use
malolactic fermentation. This decision guarantees the
freshness and optimal development of the wines' flavours,
allowing vintages to mature fully and evolve their complete
array of aromas.
Lanson champagnes are the fruit of
centuries of tradition. Their quality stems from the
combination of age-old methods with a continually fresh
desire to create. They embody the aspirations, ideals
and character of the people who make them, and it is
this that imbues the wines with a unique style that
remains unmatched in the Champagne region.
four classic Lanson cuvees - Black Label, Ivory Label,
Rose Label, and Gold Label - represent a rich collection
of champagnes, each with its own distinctive character.
Lanson's process for selecting its vintage years is
rigorous - only great vintages have been chosen. Among
them, in the last 100 years are : 1904, 1921, 1937,
1947, 1955, 1959, 1961, 1969, 1976, 1979, 1982, 1988,
1990, 1995, and 1996. To recognise particularly fine
harvests, Lanson has adhered to the declared vintage
tradition for over 100 years
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Use the links below to view more information
about each champagne style.
Black Label Brut
Ivory Label Demi-Sec
Rose Label Brut Rose
Gold Label Brut
Noble Cuvee Brut
Noble Cuvee Blanc de Blancs