Being over 260 years old puts Champagne Lanson up there with Champagne’s oldest producers. Providers of all things fizzy to the Royal Family since the 19th century they proudly display the coat of arms of Elizabeth II on the bottle.
You’ll also find the red cross symbol on each label which is the symbol of the world’s oldest charity, the Hospitaller’s Order of Malta, founded in 1048!
Lanson were one of the first to produce a blended Rose Champagne back in 1833. Using over 100 different crus (vineyards or groups of vineyards), half of which are classified as Grand or Premier Cru, using reserve wines up to 35 years old, aged for 4 years in the cellar (longer than most) it’s easy to see why this is Rosé Champagne fit for royalty!
Lanson Champagne has also been the official champers poured at the Wimbledon tennis tournament since 1977. Ace!
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