260 YEARS OF HISTORY Founded in 1760, Maison Lanson is one of the oldest champagne Houses. We are proud to have maintained our family traditions and independent organisation, and to have remained faithful to the values that have guided us for 260 years. Illustrated below: Victor Lanson with his sons, Pierre and Étienne Lanson Illustrated below: Victor Lanson with his son, Pierre Lanson
KINDNESS IN OUR ROOTS The origin of the Lanson Cross dates back to 1798, when the founder's son, then a member of the Hospitaller’s Order of Malta (the oldest charity worldwide, founded in 1048), decided to utilise the Maltese Cross to fashion the emblem of Lanson. Today, redesigned and engraved on each bottle, the Lanson Cross remains a symbol of openness, kindness and hospitality.
INTERNATIONAL OPENNESS Maison Lanson has always transcended borders producing champagnes that are appreciated all over the world. Lanson is firmly rooted in France but remains driven to reach out to the four corners of the globe. Today, our champagnes are enjoyed in more than 80 countries.
ELEGANCE AT THE HEART OF OUR PARTNERSHIPS The philosophy of Maison Lanson is expressed through long and cherished partnerships based on our shared values. As a proud Royal Warrant Holder since 1900, Lanson remains an official supplier to the British Royal Family ; and since 1977, Lanson has been associated with The Championships, Wimbledon and became the official Champagne at the iconic tournament in 2001. Every year in Reims, Lanson partners with Domaine les Crayères for the exclusive “Soirée Blanche”.