Lanson Le Rose
Lanson is one of the pioneer Houses to have produced a blended rosé, as early as 1833. It was in 1949 that the Lanson family decided to make a cuvée with the characteristic freshness of the Maison's style. The subtle addition of red wines - from emblematic Crus such as Bouzy or Les Riceys - the exclusive use of rosé reserve wines and the original vinification method, for the most part without malolactic fermentation, give it a unique pale, salmon color – it bestows a fruitiness and a finesse that combined, distinguish it from other rosé Champagnes. Its delicate notes make it the ideal aperitif for a long summer evening, a picnic or the elegant accompaniment to a gourmet dessert.
On the eye: Le Rosé has a beautiful subtle pink salmon color with fine, light bubbles.
On the nose: The fine scents of raspberry, pomegranate and blood orange enhance a delicate note of rose.
On the palate: On the palate, a beautiful mineral crispness is accompanied by subtle floral and fruity notes of strawberry, redcurrant and pomelo.
Half-cooked Salmon in sesame crust and small fennel. Tuna tataki with soy sauce, ginger and wasabi.