Champagne Lanson



Champagne_Lanson_BlackLabelChampagne Lanson Black Label is one of the most popular Brut NV Champagnes in the UK and from now on, Champagne Lanson Black Label will be on the shelves of 550 Marks & Spencer branches for the first time in the store’s history.

Emma Dawson MW, Marks & Spencer says: “We are delighted to have Champagne Lanson’s Black Label Brut NV added to our growing Champagne range. We know that our customers will welcome an opportunity to enjoy this exceptional Champagne just as they currently do with Lanson’s premium Extra Age.”

The multi-award-winning Champagne is a blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier from 100 Crus. Made using the traditional method which gives a fresh, fruity and elegant style, it really is the perfect aperitif and undoubtedly the perfect start to any occasion. 

Proud Royal Warrant Holders and one of the oldest family-run Champagne Houses, the well-respected House of Lanson was established in 1760 and continues to produce an impressive and diverse portfolio of quality Champagnes year after year.

Awarded a Royal Warrant in 1901 by Queen Victoria, Lanson’s flagship Champagne is still poured in the Royal Household to this day. Champagne Lanson Black Label was also first poured in 1977 at the Championships, Wimbledon, it is still served 41 years later. This multi-award-winning brut non vintage Champagne has also been aged for a minimum of three and a half years, compared to the legally required 15 months.

Paul Beavis, Managing Director, Champagne Lanson, UK & International adds:

We are absolutely thrilled about Marks & Spencer’s decision to add Lanson Black Label to their impressive range of Champagnes. Our Extra Age remains an important listing for us and to know that our universally appreciated Lanson Black Label will be added to the range is fabulous news. We hope that this addition will continue to develop into a long-lasting relationship with Marks & Spencer.”

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