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Sparkling wines are produced worldwide, but the name "Champagne" is reserved exclusively for the Champagne region. There are more than 100 Champagne houses, and many other individual vignerons (vine-growing producers) in Champagne. Most of the Champagne produced today is "Non-vintage", meaning that it is a blend of grapes from multiple vintages.

Wines from the Champagne region were known before medieval times. In France the first sparkling Champagne was created accidentally. The wine was called “the devil's wine” (le vin du diable) due to bottles explosion or popped cork. The muselet was then invented to prevent the corks from blowing out.

Méthode Champenoise is the traditional method by which Champagne is produced. After primary fermentation and bottling, a second alcoholic fermentation occurs in the bottle. This second fermentation is induced by adding several grams of yeast and several grams of rock sugar. 

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About Lanson


The House of Lanson was founded in 1760 by François Delamotte, an influential character in Reims society.  Jean-Baptiste Lanson, a long-standing friend and later associate of the Delamottes, gradually began to play an increasingly important role in the management of the House. After an agreement between the two families, he succeeded Nicolas-Louis Delamotte on the latter’s death and renamed the business Maison J-B Lanson et Compagnie.


A Champagne pre-dominantly Pinot Noir, - with a minimum of 30% Chardonnay bringing a perfect balance between body and finesse. The champagnes are produced with a diversity of grapes coming from its own 150 hectares (the BCC group) and a precise selection on more than 500 other hectares. 50% of the grapes come from the best villages Grands Crus and Premiers Crus. 4 press-houses ideally spread in the vineyard.
The blending of Lanson champagne are very precise, it involves100 crus, 400 wines. 30% of reserve wines from 10 different vintages are used in the winemaking process. Lanson also conserves the Champagne original style, no malolatic fermentation is allowed to preserve the freshness of the wines. The aging time for all Lanson champagnes is significantly longer than other champagnes, Non vintage for 3 years minimum; Extra Age, Noble Cuveé & Single Vineyard for 5 years minimum. Lanson champagnes have 6 additional months of ageing in cellars, the disgorgement date is also indicated.

Having been a key sponsor of Wimbledon for over 25 years and an official supplier since 2001, Champagne Lanson is delighted to be appointed as The Official Champagne Supplier to The Championships, Wimbledon for the next 5 years until 2019.

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Wine Selection

- Non-Vintage Selection -
Champagne Lanson Black Label Brut NV
Champagne Lanson Rose Label Brut Rosé NV
Champagne Lanson Pink Label Brut Rosé NV
Champagne Lanson White Label Dry-Sec NV
Champagne Lanson Ivory Label Demi-Sec NV
Champagne Lanson Green Label Cuveé Biologique NV

- Vintage Selection -
Champagne Lanson Gold Label Brut Vintage

- Extra Age -
Champagne Lanson Extra Age Brut NV
Champagne Lanson Extra Age Blanc de Blancs NV
Champagne Lanson Extra Age Brut Rosé NV

- Noble Cuveé -
Champagne Lanson Noble Cuveé Brut Vintage
Champagne Lanson Noble Cuveé Blanc de Blancs 2002
Champagne Lanson Noble Cuveé Brut Rosé NV

- Vintage Collection -
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1976
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1979
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1985
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1988
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1989
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1990
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1995
Champagne Lanson Vintage Collection 1996

- Single Vineyard -
Champagne Lanson Clos Lanson Single Vineyard 2006

# ENOTECA is appointed as the Official Distributor of Lanson Champagne in Hong Kong.

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