Core Range the style of lanson

Le Black Label Brut Freshness and elegance. 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. Tasting Sheet

Le White Label Sec Sweetness and lightness. Harmonious and delicate, Le White Label Sec is a perfect initiation to the Champagne with its balance between freshness and sweetness. Tasting Sheet

Le Rosé Fruity and delicate. As one of the first rosé Champagnes, Le Rosé benefits from more than 60 years rosé-making experience of Lanson in its elaboration. It is soughtafter for its pale salmon colour and characteristic freshness reminiscent of the Black Label. Tasting Sheet

Le Blanc de Blancs Vitality and delicacy. Le Blanc de Blancs was created by Hervé Dantan, the house winemaker, upon his arrival in 2013 in order to magnify the freshness of the Lanson style, combining it with the finesse of Chardonnay. Tasting Sheet

Le Black Réserve Freshness and plenitude. Le Black Réserve is the second cuvée created by Hervé Dantan, the house winemaker, to offer a Lanson non-vintage Brut combining freshness, complexity and fullness in order to seduce wine and gastronomy connoisseurs. Tasting Sheet

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