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Dating back to 1760, Lanson is one of the oldest Champagne houses and their rose is a perennial favourite.
With aromas of strawberries and a hint of toastiness, this is bright, fresh and mouthwateringly crisp.
Makes a great aperitif - and loves smoked salmon nibbles too.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 2 years
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Olly Smith - Event Magazine, Mail on Sunday 23/02/2014
"For the very best quality, look for 'Grand Cru' on the label: Lanson Rosé is hugely popular."
This delicate champagne, in keeping with the Lanson style, was one of the first rosé champagnes . Today the House enjoys more than 50 years of experience in making rosé champagne, which makes Lanson Rose Label one of the most popular rose champagnes for its characteristic freshness, typical of Black Label and of the Lanson champagnes.
Jean Paul Gandon
The Champagne terroir has two major distinguishing features: northerly latitude and a dual climate that is subject to oceanic and continental influences alike. The subsoil in Champagne is predominantly limestone. This type of subsoil provides good drainage and also imparts that particular mineral flavour found in certain Champagne wines.