Lanson Champagne Black Label Brut

€39.49
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A combination of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier of many Crus selected by Chef de Caves and nearly ten years apart, Lanson Black Label has at least three years of development in Cave, at least six months after degorgement to achieve perfect maturation. Lanson Black Label is a champagne that balances power and elegance in a perfect balance, characterized by freshness and complexity. Spring fragrances and thin apple notes persist. Ripe fruits and citrus fruits reveal a feeling of lightness and fullness with a beautiful length on the freshness. Black Label is an ideal wine for the aperitif and invites you to the party.

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YEAR NV
VINES 35% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Nero, 15% Pinot Meunier
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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CLASSIFICATION AOC Champagne
TEMPERATURE 6-8

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Spectator 0000 92
James Suckling 0000 89

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CELLAR

Name: Lanson
Start-up year: 1760
Address: Rue de Courlancy, 66 - Reims (France)
Web Site: www.lanson.com

Founded in 1760 and far beyond the 250th anniversary, Lanson has always lived in the style of a quality that has been appreciated over the centuries by principals, emperors and especially millions of fans all over the world. Jean-Paul Gandon's work in the last few years (25) has been overwhelming in the cellar, which has been able to renew Maison's style over time, while remaining faithful to herself. The range is today among the most interesting with valued and elegant Brut and Rosè, millesimati fed and faithful to the vintage stamp and many gicke and special bottles using the collection of the old millesimati products, the vinotéque, invaluable treasure that few houses can boast and they know how to use it well as Lanson. Among the characteristics of the style, essential and complete renunciation to malolactic, that is, the process that softens the wines after alcoholic fermentation, all to ensure freshness and agility to all Lanson cuvèe.