Lanson Reenchants its Iconic Cuvée

4th June 2015

Lanson Reenchants its Iconic Cuvée

Black Label owes its emblematic name to Victor Lanson who, in 1937, wished to pay tribute to the British market and notably the Royal Court of the United Kingdom which Champagne Lanson has supplied by appointment since 1900.

The colour black, a symbol of elegance, was a natural choice for this Champagne dominated by Pinot Noir.

lanson bottle


Today the House is enhancing its iconic Champagne with a new presentation.


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