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Lanson Extra Age Rose Champagne

$58.30

INF/5   (4 Guides)

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A blend of three exceptional vintages: 2002, 2004, 2005.

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It is a blend of Chardonnay grape variety (35%) and Pinot Noir grape (65%) harvested exclusively from terroirs classified as grands crus: Avize, Cramant, Le Mesnil sur Oger and Chouilly for the Côte des Blancs, and Bouzy and Verzenay for the Montagne de Reims.

To celebrate the 250th anniversary, Maison Lanson has produced this Extra Age Rosé cuvée. This is an exceptional vintage aged for 5 years in the cellar with exceptional vintages: 2002, 2004 and 2005 combining the best vintages of Champagne.

Delicate copper pink color with fine bubbles. It is a rich, generous champagne with a note of red fruits.

Nose: we can find notes of red ripe, jam, confectionery and wild strawberries.

The mouth expresses fragrances of white flowers and flavors of red fruits delicately married with know-how and art, proof of the genius of the cellar masters of Maison Lanson.

Size :Bottle 0,75L
Alcohol Degree :12°
Appellation :Champagne
Vintage :Non Vintage
Classification :Premier & Grand Cru
Dosage :Brut (6 to 12 g/L)

The Lanson House was founded in Reims in 1760 by François Delamotte, councillor, alderman and trader in Reims. It is one of the oldest Champagne House.

In 1798, Nicolas-Louis Delamotte, Knight of the order of Malta, succeeded his father and takes the Malta Cross as commercial emblem.

In 1837 when Nicolas-Louis Delamotte died, Jean-Baptiste Lanson, associate to the Delamotte Family in the Champagne House, took the lead of the House who then took the name of Lanson, Father and Son.

In 1882, Victor-Marie Lanson signs his first exclusive agency agreement with the Percy Fox House in London, an agreement that would last more than a 100 years, thus ensuring Champagne Lanson’s success.

The year 1900 was a turning point for the Lanson House. Queen Victoria rewarded Champagne Lanson with the prestigious title of official supplier to the English Court, the Royal Warrant of Appointment, a title the House still has today.

Since its origins, the Lanson House carries on a champagne tradition that consists of not having a malolactic fermentation. This particularity favours an optimum development for fruit aromas, keeps the grape fresh, while allowing a longer ageing process, since time spent in the prestigious Lanson cellars is a definite sign of quality.

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