Lanson Pere & Fils Brut Champagne 750ml


It’s a very important cuvée in the grand scheme of Champagne: one of the best and most consistent of the bargain set_read more

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It's all About Love! Since the House's beginning in 1760, we've been for those who hold out a hand, who love each other, and prove it. Each in their own way, but always the most beautiful way. The origin of the Lanson Cross dates back to 1798, when the founder's son decided to utilize the Maltese Cross, a symbol for the oldest charity in the world, to fashion the emblem of Lanson.

Today, redesigned and engraved on each bottle, the Lanson Cross remains a symbol of openness, kindness and hospitality.Our Champagnes are carefully craftedandcharacterized by inimitable freshness and vitality.

To the eye: The brilliant, limpid colour recalls the characteristic straw tones of the Pinot Noir, with glints of amber. It is lively in the flute, with a fine stream of persistent bubbles. On the nose: It gives an impression of vitality and springtime scents, together with hints of "toast" and from a variety of flowers honey. On the palate: A bouquet of ripe fruits and citrus create a sensation of plenitude and lightness.

Wine Spectator 91 Points: An elegant, berry- and citrus-infused bubbly, very fresh and lively, with an intensity that carries through to the long, long aftertaste. Lovely expression. —Bruce Sanderson

Wine Enthusiast 92 Points: Lanson’s famed nonvintage cuvée is back on form, giving a ripe style dominated by Pinot Noir. It has weight and already a fine balance between the fruits and touches of toast from four years on the lees. This bottling of this Champagne is very ready to drink.

Decanter 92 Points: 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 15% Meunier from 100 villages in all, and including 30% reserves from 10 vintages back to 1995; a small proportion now being produced with malolactic. Black Label remains the confident barometer of Lanson, and Hervé Dantan’s first blend is a class act, a resounding statement of his talent in preserving the style and integrity of the house while meticulously polishing the edges. It’s a very important cuvée in the grand scheme of Champagne: one of the best and most consistent of the bargain set.

James Suckling 92 Points: A fresh, balanced palate with green apples, pie crust and pears. Medium body, fine bubbles and a crisp, dry finish. Nice center palate. Four years on the lees. Drink now.