The House’s emblematic signature
This emblematic wine owes its name to Victor Lanson, who in 1937, wanted to pay tribute to the House’s leading market, Great Britain. The colour black, the symbol of elegance, was a natural choice for this Champagne dominated by Pinot Noir.
The perfect start
A combination of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier, from numerous crus selected by the Winemaker and from almost ten different years. Lanson Black Label is further enhanced by three years resting in the cellar, including 6 months following disgorging, at which point it reaches perfect maturation.
Balance and maturity
Lanson Black Label is a balanced alliance of power and elegance, freshness and complexity. It has the taste of spring and subtle hints of long-lasting honey-dew. Notes of ripe and citrus fruits give a sensation of lightness and fullness with a long, fresh finish. Black Label is perfect as an aperitif and a call to celebration.
One of the first Rosé champagnes
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.
A pink freshness
Lanson Rose Label is a blend of 53% Pinot Noir, 32% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier, from a number of crus and almost ten different years. Like Black Label, it is enhanced through a long maturation of at least three years in the cellar, including at least 6 months after disgorging.
Lanson Rose Label is a subtle wine with very fine bubbles. Its aromas of rose and fine fragrances of red fruits echo its pale pink colour. The sensation is tender and long-lasting. It seduces with its unfaltering originality and a harmonious balance alternating between roundness and freshness.
A gentle champagne
In the last century, champagnes were regularly given a touch of sweetness. The House of Lanson continues this tradition with art and finesse.
A combination of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier from numerous specially-selected crus and almost ten different years. Lanson Ivory Label is further enhanced by three years resting in the cellar, including 6 months following disgorging, after which it reaches perfect maturation. The perfect dosage, decided upon by the Winemaker, helps reveal Ivory Label’s fruity and creamy aromas.
Roundness and sensuality
A blend that expresses aromas of ripe fruit, cinnamon and honey. Its palate is fruity and full, whilst remaining round and sensual.
Play with aromas…
This unique and individual champagne is designed to be partnered with garnishes such as orange zest, raspberry or mint. These subtle, natural aromas allow true personalisation and an original tasting experience.
A tender and silky champagne
The White Label blend places an emphasis on Chardonnay at 38%, Pinot Noir at 37% and Pinot Meunier at 25%, without using malolactic fermentation, in order to guarantee freshness and finesse. Its more marked dosage encourages the circulation of the garnish aromas for a new oenological experience.
The sensation of White Label is tender and delicate. The flavours of white fruits develop and add to its enduring character. The finish, with freshness and the silky minerality of chalk, affirms the Lanson signature. The partnered natural aroma reveals itself subtly.