The Lanson golden years
The House of Lanson only gives vintage dates to years that are considered exceptional. 1904, 1928, 1955, 1971, 1976, 1983 and 1990 were all great years that have built the reputation of the House over time. The use of a traditional vinification method ensures that Lanson Champagnes age well, which is why connoisseurs consider them to be great wines to cellar.
The Millésime Gold Label is a blend of roughly half and half Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, which is made exclusively from the Grands Crus and left to blossom in the Cellar for at least 5 years.
The 2005 harvest produced tender wines of exceptional quality. Gold Label 2005 therefore offers a full and fleshy mouthfeel that explodes with honey-dew flavours punctuated by sweet spice. It has great complexity and superb harmony.
The flavour of time
The fruit of carefully passed down know-how, Lanson is one of the rare Houses to possess a collection of fine vintages. The Lanson Vintage Collection brings together vintage wines from over more than a century. Every year, only a few magnum bottles from the 1976 and subsequent vintages are offered to a limited circle of enthusiasts searching for new oenological sensations. These wines are admired and sought-after by connoisseurs throughout the world.
Richness, Body, Freshness!
The result of an exceptional Champagne harvest, this wine is the oldest vintage of the collection.
This rare champagne will surprise you with its aromatic richness and great freshness that has stood the test of time.
Generosity, Complexity, Balance!
The 1983 harvest encouraged the development of superb bunches with exceptional weight. The result was a generous and full-bodied wine with an exceptional finish.
Maturity, Power, Charisma!
The perfect conditions of the year 1990 produced bunches with superb balance.
This vintage reveals powerful aromas of honey and spice that make for a truly individual wine.