Owner noted of 5 by Larousse guide of champagne
It is in 1760 that François Delamotte founded his house in Reims. His son Nicolas -Louis , Knight of the Order of Malta, took charge of the business in 1798 and chose the Maltese cross as an emblem (emblem of Lanson house). In 1828, Jean- Baptiste Lanson converts the house Lanson & Cie and Lanson Père & Fils in 1837.
In 1937 Victor Lanson decided to promote the sale of non-vintage brut champagne which he called " Lanson Black Label "
For nearly 150 years the house remained in the hands of the family and after an interlude in the Dadone group , since 1991 it is part of the group Marne & Champagne .
It is in 2010 on the occasion of the 250th anniversary, that Lanson release an emblematic champagne, the vintage lanson extra Age
Lanson house blocks malolactic fermentation for all of these wines. None champagne vintage , fresh, fruity and accessible , are ideal as an aperitif . Complex and persistent , the vintage champagnes age very well.