The little black book of champagne

the perfect guide

Not everyone knows their Nebuchadnezzar from their Melchior, but it’s very quick to learn. That’s why we’ve created the Lanson Little Black Book of Champagne to help you unlock all the secrets.

Our Little Black Book explains everything you need to know, along with the story of champagne and many more entertaining champagne facts and anecdotes. If you’re in the UK, simply click below to claim this free, exclusive champagne guide. You never know when it’ll come in handy.

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our taste map

There are a multitude of tastes in champagne, and in order to illustrate the differences and simplify this knowledge, we’ve put together a taste map for you.

Carefully mapped by wine experts, our taste map shows you what you can expect from all the different styles of champagne, including our own. From everyday aperitifs to rare vintages, our portfolio includes Champagne Lanson, Besserat de Bellefon, Tsarine, Masse and Gauthier and demonstrates the different tastes and styles we offer to suit every palate.

the range
the perfect start since 1760

For over 250 years, we’ve been crafting champagnes using traditional techniques. By using grapes from some of the Champagne’s best vineyards, we’ve created a distinctly fresh, mouthwatering style that has exceptional purity, making our champagne the perfect start to any occasion.

the classics
extra age
noble cuvée

Lanson Vintage Collection

The House of Lanson is one of a select few champagne houses to possess a truly impressive range of fine vintage champagnes dating back to 1976

our heritage

As one of the oldest holders of the Royal Warrant, we’re a family-run House in the capital of Champagne, Reims.

Within the grounds of the House, you’ll find the last remaining walled vineyard in Reims, known as a Clos Lanson. We also boast a library of fine and rare vintages of Champagne Lanson stored in the limestone cellars that lie underneath the House in Reims.

Traditional champagne winemaking gives each vintage blend the ability to age gracefully, and at Lanson, these bottles rest in the cellars for at least five years before we release them. This is just one of the many traditional methods we use to enable us to produce such carefully crafted and great tasting champagne.

As we’ve been producing some of the world’s finest champagnes since 1760, each carefully considered part of our craft has been passed down from generation to generation throughout all these years.

It’s no wonder our champagne is famous across the globe.


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