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Lanson

Champagne Lanson in Reims was founded in 1760 by Francois Delamotte, a property owner who wanted to start his own Champagne house. Because his son became a chevalier in the Knights of Malta, the house in the late 18th century began using the Maltese cross as the emblem for the label. The red, squared-off cross remains the icon of Champagne Lanson. By the mid-19th century the house was owned by the Lanson family, and it was so admired that Lanson Champagne became the official Champagne to the court of Queen Elizabeth of England. It was also the official Champagne of the principality of Monaco. Today the estate is owned by Boizel Chamnoine Champagne and produces five million bottles a year from grapes sourced throughout Champagne.

2000 Lanson Brut Noble Cuvee Blanc de Blancs

Disgorged 01/2016

4 available
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2002 Lanson Brut Noble Cuvee Blanc de Blancs

Disgorged 07/2017

WE  95   
JS  94   
WA  92   
WS  92   
JR  16.5+    
2 available
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2000 Lanson Noble Cuvee Brut

Disgorged 10/2015

WS  93   
WA  91   
VN  91   
5 available
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