Champagne Lanson, "Noble Cuvee" Blanc de Blancs, 1999
Wine of a beautiful golden color with greenish reflections and shiny tiny bubbles.
The taste of wine is soft, fresh, lively, elegant, rounded, with a smooth texture, tones of pears, apples, lemon yellow and peach nuances of vanilla and white tobacco, lingering aftertaste.
In the delicate flavor of wine contains floral notes, shades of pear, citrus, honey and apple.
Champagne great as an aperitif, goes well with seafood, white meats and fish in cream sauce.
Champagne "Noble Cuvee de Lanson" Blanc de Blancs has received a number of awards at international competitions, including - a bronze medal at the International Wine Challenge 2006 and a bronze medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2010.
House Lanson is one of the oldest Champagne houses in France. It was founded in 1760 is one of the Knights of Malta - Jean-Baptiste Lanson. It is this fact explains the presence of a Maltese cross as the emblem and symbol of the house. Lanson Champagne houses have received international recognition for its outstanding quality and exceptionally fresh taste. Lanson House is the official supplier of the English royal court.