Lanson Black Label Brut

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Lanson Black Label Brut

Producer: Lanson

Last updated: July 6th, 2017

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BrutNM Négociant-Manipulant

What to expect?

The colour of Lanson Black Label Brut

Young green-tinged pale yellow

The smell and aroma of Lanson Black Label Brut

Fragrant citrus mixed with touches of aged honey syrup and butter

The typical price of Lanson Black Label Brut in Australia

Cheap
RRP$ 50
Expensive

What Lanson Black Label Brut tastes like

Acidity
Dry soda bright fresh acidity but lacking dominant sweetness
25%
Smooth
Subtle
There is a real gap in the middle of the palate. Fresh acid up front, limestone soda middle, aged wine finish
35%
Full
Brevity
Fresh, lively and subtle up front, but don't expect a full rich taste with length
40%
Length
Savoury
Natural malic acidity mixes with chalky soda up front meaning this style is fresh but predominantly dry
30%
Sweet
No Oak
Significant oak contact adds to it's savoury character
50%
Oak
Fruitness
Fresh citrus, green apple and hits of tropical fruit at the front
25%
Biscuittyness
Earth
Minerality is present throughout the wine and unavoidable
68%
Limestone / chalk

Technical Details

Importer -
Pinnacle Drinks
House -
Lanson
Oak -
Yes fermentation in oak barrels
Alcohol -
12.5%
Fermentation -
Non Malolactic

Where you can buy Lanson Black Label Brut in Australia

Any major liquor retailer across Australia.

Lanson was founded in 1760 by François Delamotte, who was arguably an influential character in Reim. Along with his wife, they owned vineyards in Cumières and Ay, deciding to subsequently found their own Champagne house.

The red cross in the logo comes from, Nicolas-Louis Delamotte who in 1798 took over from his father and as a knight of the Order of Malta, decided to use the Maltese Cross as the House’s emblem.

Read the full details of this house here