Love of life, soil and work are the basis of the philosophy pursued by the Lanson company. A relationship inspired by ecological practices to ensure the perfect natural balance in plants and in the territory.
La Maison Lanson produces champagne only on vintage dates only for years which are considered exceptional. 1904, 1928, 1955, 1955, 1971, 1976, 1983 and 1990 were all great vintages that have built the reputation of the Maison over time. The use of a traditional winemaking method ensures that Lanson champagnes age well, which is why connoisseurs consider them great cellar wines.
The Gold Label 2009 is a complex wine that is characterized by its richness, its generous aromatic expression and its balance. The color is straw yellow, bright with subtle bubbles. The aromas of pears, apricots, candied fruit, honey, acacia flowers and linden flowers form an intense bouquet. Excellent with rabbit alla cacciatora.
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Giallo paglierino con sfumature tendenti al dorato chiaro.
Ricco e generoso, minerale, con una trama olfattiva che si muove poi verso note di frutta ? anche essiccata ? e richiami ai lieviti e alla crosta di pane.
Ha un ingresso di tutto rispetto, con un caratteristico gusto agrumato arricchito da una verve sapida fresca e fasciante. Chiude con un finale dotato di ottima persistenza.
50% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Nero
0,75 L Standard
Perlage fine e persistente.
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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.