Lanson Gold Label Brut 2005


Lanson Gold Label Brut


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Product code
6 x 750ml
Listing type
SAQ Specialty by lot
Regulated designation
Appellation origine controlée (AOC)
Pinot Noir 50 %
Chardonnay 50 %
Alcohol percentage
Closure type
Length of aging
36 months
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About this winery

The House of Lanson was founded in 1760 by François Delamotte, an influential character in Reims society. The joint owner, alongside his wife, of a not-insubstantial vineyard in Cumières and Ay, he decided to found his own Champagne house – one of the very first ever to exist. In 1798, Nicolas-Louis Delamotte, his younger son, took over from his father. Having been admitted as a knight of the Order of Malta at a very young age, he decided to use the Maltese Cross as the House’s emblem....

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Tasting notes

The 2005 harvest produced tender wines of exceptional quality. Gold Label 2005 therefore offers a full and fleshy mouthfeel that explodes with honey-dew flavours punctuated by sweet spice. It has great complexity and superb harmony.

Viticultural notes


Winemaking notes

The Millésime Gold Label is a blend of roughly half and half Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, which is made exclusively from the Grands Crus and left to blossom in the Cellar for at least 5 years.

Press reviews


- 92 points-

Quite pure grilled almonds and lemons, dried cherries and almost curry-like spices, plus chalky minerals and stony savory notes. The palate has a fine, even and balanced shape. Lemon citrus, pear and apple flavors run amid nicely phrased acidity. Drink now.

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- 92 points-

Stephan Reinhardt,

Yellow-golden in color, the 2005 Gold Label Vintage Brut has a deep, ripe and vinous nose. Rich, ripe and full on the palate, with finesse, elegance and a good, pretty long finish, this is a complex cuvée that is built more on maturity than freshness this year.

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- 92 points-

Smoke and marzipan notes are layered with baked currant and lemon curd flavors in this lively Champagne, with a creamy mousse. Balanced and accessible, showing spice and toast accents on the clean-cut finish. Disgorged December 2014. Drink now through 2025. 300 cases imported. — AN

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