The House of Lanson was created in 1760 and is located in Reims. François Delamotte and his wife, who already owned vineyards in Cumières and Ay, invested in their vineyard to be able to produce champagne. In 1798, their son, Nicolas-Louis Delamotte, succeeded François and gave the estate a new one.
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Accords mets et vins : Scampi, lobster, salmon on one side. Japanese cuisine or Asian cuisine with little spice. Fruit-based desserts: fruit soup, strawberry tart, raspberries.
For the Extra Age Brut Rosé, the vintages 2004, 2005 and 2006, as well as the Crus have been carefully selected for their perfect complementarity. The generous and fruity expression of the Pinots Noirs is tempered by the delicacy and extreme finesse of the Chardonnays from the Côte des Blancs. Its dosage is raw, around 8g/l to bring a nice balance. The cuvée Extra Age Rosé has a coppery robe with fine bubbles. On the nose, one discovers notes of ripe red fruits, jam and confectionery. On the palate, the attack is very lively and greedy with beautiful aromas of wild strawberry, redcurrant and vine peach. The finish is precise, delicate and fruity. Dosage 8g/l