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LANSON BLACK LABEL

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Description

Lanson Black Label Champagne

Lanson Black Label is a pleasant, exuberant wine, displaying excellent length on the palate.
Lanson was founded in 1760 and is one of the oldest Champagne Houses. The Lanson Style is celebrated for its intense freshness on the palate.
By Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II Purveyors of Champagne Lanson
Wine of France
Hints of spring flowers with a touch of toast and honey. This is followed by strong fruit and balancing citrus flavors.

Brand

Lanson

Storage

Sparkling wines and Champagne should always be stored in a cool and dry place away from light and heat sources. The ideal temperature for storage is 13-15 degrees C.

Warning: Sparkling wines contain high natural pressure. Do not allow bottles to get warm. Chill bottle before opening and avoid shaking. Point bottle away from others and yourself when removing wire, hood, and cork. Hold the cork firmly and twist out slowly by hand. Never under any circumstances use a corkscrew to open.

Preparation and Usage

Well suited to drinking as an aperitif or with canapes and light dishes.

ABV (%)

12.5

Grape Variety

P Noir, Chardonnay, P Meunier

Tasting Notes

Hints of spring flowers with a touch of toast and honey. This is followed by strong fruit and balancing citrus flavors.

Serving Suggestions

Well suited to drinking as an aperitif or with canapes and light dishes.

Producer

Champagne Lanson

Agent

Lanson Int

Winemaker

Jean-Paul Gandon

History

With a history dating back to 1760 Champagne Lanson is the third oldest house in Champagne and was awarded the Royal Warrant in 1860 by Queen Victoria.

Regional Information

Champagne is a historic province in the northeast of France, best known for the production of the sparkling white wine that bears the region’s name.

Current Vintage

Non Vintage

Vinification Details

Lanson is of the few producers to prevent malolactic fermentation, keeping their wines crisp and refreshing. The wine then has extended aging in the historical wine cellars to mature and soften.

Units

9.38

Taste Category

1


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