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Champagne Lanson

Founded in 1760, Maison Lanson is one of the oldest champagne houses. We are proud to have maintained our family traditions and independent organization, and to have remained faithful to the values that have guided us for over 260 years.

Sustainable development

Lanson Kreuz
Inspired by nature, Maison Lanson has committed to ecological viticultural practices, favouring natural balance in the soil and plants and respect for humans. It does this in two ways: firstly, by proactively supporting all partners who want to attain official sustainable viticulture certification (HVE or VDC), secondly, by practising what it preaches at Domaine de la Malmaison, a 16-hectare organic vineyard in the heart of the Marne valley which the house has owned since 2010.
The vineyard, which is one of the largest in the Champagne region to be cultivated using biodynamic methods, has enabled Lanson to make Green Label Bio a permanent feature of its range.

Kindness in our roots

Lanson Kreuz
The origin of the Lanson cross dates back to 1798, when the founder's son, then a member of the Knights Hospitaller of Malta (the world’s oldest charity), decided to adopt the Maltese cross as the Lanson emblem. The redesigned cross appears on each bottle and remains a symbol of openness, kindness and hospitality.

Champagnes for sharing

Hervé Lanson
Maison Lanson has always been committed to sincere and lasting partnerships, such as that with the British monarchy, to which Lanson has been an official supplier since 1900, or with the Wimbledon Championships, for which Lanson has been the exclusive champagne for 45 years.
Thanks to its traditionally open attitude to exporting, the house is now present in 80 countries, where its champagnes bring people together to share them and offer them as gifts.

The Lanson style - authenticity embodied

Le Black Label Brut, the house’s flagship cuvée, is blended from a rich palette of wines, half of which are Grand or Premier Crus, and from a collection of rare reserve wines which a minimum of four years of cellar ageing transform into a sublime wine. Lanson cuvées are vinified in accordance with original Champagne principles, with minimal malolactic fermentation.
Lanson wines are characterized by their elegance, freshness, vitality and ability to stand the test of time.

Wines from Lanson