Lanson Brut Rosé Champagne
A bright, crisp and lively stye of rosé with aromas that are a mix of fresh lemon, red apple and raspberry, leading to a palate with crisp, lithe and juicy texture. Long strawberry fruit flavors, finishes fresh.
Pale orange. Fresh redcurrant and tangerine aromas are complemented by talc and allspice, with a seductive floral quality building in the glass. Lively and focused on the palate, displaying nervy citrus and red berry flavors and an undercurrent of chalky minerals. Finishes with very good clarity, grip and tangy persistence, the red fruit and mineral notes repeating. (JR)
One of the earliest creators of rosé Champagne, Lanson produces a crisp style, very fruity while fresh and dry. The acidity is present, giving a great lift to the red-berry flavors and dash of lemon juice. (RV)
Chopped almond, singed orange peel, white raspberry and spring forest notes are backed by firm acidity in this lip-smacking, minerally rosé. Lively, with a lingering, lightly spiced finish. (Web-2016) (AN)
Pale tawny. Gentle and slightly floral. Very easy and fully resolved but good refreshing acidity. A really good, well balanced, complete drink.