Bright straw color with a golden sheen. In a powerful but exquisite bouquet, the aromas of sweet pear and figs are complemented by tones of fresh pastries and delicate honey notes. A rich, full-bodied, complex-tasting wine, with light citrus nuances in a stable, refreshing aftertaste.
History of wine
Champagne is produced by the traditional method (secondary fermentation takes place in a bottle). Lanson never carries out malolactic fermentation for its wines, so that champagne retains the pristine richness of taste and aroma, while a high level of acidity increases the potential for the development of wine. Brut Extra Age was launched on the market in 2010 in honor of the 250th anniversary of the House. The first release was an assembly of 2000, 2002, 2004 with the dominant feature of the generous, powerful 2002 of one of the best vintage from the beginning of the century.