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$89.95

a bottle

Lanson Gold Label Brut 2005
  • Authentic French Champagne
  • A stunning blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
  • Celebrating excellence since 1760

Lanson Gold Label Brut 2005 x6

$539.70

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Product Code: C9105
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Champagne Lanson is one of the few houses in the Champagne region that chooses not to use malolactic fermentation. This decision guarantees the freshness and optimal development of the wines' flavours, allowing vintages to mature fully and evolve their complete array of aromas.

Wine Region

CHAMPAGNE

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

49% Chardonnay, 51% Pinot Noir

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Serve as an aperitif.

Oak

Colour

A pale, golden, straw-yellow.

Nose

With beautiful aromas of ripe, candied fruit such as apricots, figs and raisins

Palate

Followed by gently honeyed flavours and a sprinkle of spice.

Background

The Lanson Gold Label is a 5050 blend roughly of chardonnay and pinot noir but depending on vintage, they can have different percentages of each. "Vintage" in Champagne means that all the wines used in the blend must come from the same year. Champagne Lanson is one of the few houses in the Champagne region that chooses not to use malolactic fermentation. This decision guarantees the freshness and optimal development of the wines' flavours, allowing vintages to mature fully and evolve their complete array of aromas.

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Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $89.95 (plus delivery and handling)

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