In 1760, Francois Delamotte set off of a journey to establish his own champagne house in the heart of Reims, France in order to create a traditional champagne for the people. Since then, the House of Lanson has become internationally known as the Champagne House that embodies the age old family disciplines and heritage that Delamotte has imbued within his business. In 1928, Vincent Lanson, labeled the “the great ambassador of Champagne” became the head of the Lanson House and the man behind the Black Label wine.

Now, over 88 years later, the House of Lanson has unveiled their newest and greatest achievement; Champagne Lanson Père et Fils Brut NV. Champagne Lanson Père et Fils is labeled as an enriched evolution of the classic Champagne Lanson Black Label that is specially made up of 35% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier and more than 40% of the grapes come from premier and grand cru vineyards. Champagne Lanson’s director of management, Paul Beavis claimed that Champagne Lanson Père et Fils Brut NV is a modern expression of the Lanson House style, a twist which entices champagne lovers with a rich and smooth taste with multiple layers of complexity and pure bliss.

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