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Lanson Le Green Label Organic Champagne Reviews

Lanson Le Green Label Organic Champagne Reviews


Learn More About Lanson Le Green Label Organic Champagne Through its Reviews.

Lanson Le Green Label

Organic Champagne Reviews

95 Pointz James Suckling

“This is very vinous with dried strawberry, mineral, and stone undertones. Some white pepper, too. Full-bodied with a creamy texture. So fine. Flavorful finish. Intense. Needs food. From biodynamically grown grapes. A blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier, and 20% Chardonnay. Demeter certified.”

94 Pointz Wine Enthusiast 

“From a Lanson-owned vineyard, the Domaine de la Malmaison, this Champagne is beautifully balanced with steely acidity as well as a structure that gives the bottling aging potential. The wine's white- and yellow-fruit flavors are lifted by the pure line of acidity at the end. Drink now. Organic and Biodynamic.” 

92 Pointz Jeb Dunnuck

“From the 2018 vintage with 10% reserve wine, and pouring a bright silver-yellow hue, the NVChampagne Le Green Bio-Organic Extra Brut offers more focused and citrus-driven aromas of lemon-lime zest, saline, and white flowers. This continues on the palate with a linear feel and retains significant freshness, with floral notes of fresh bread dough coming through on the finish. it has a chalky texture, a finely focused mousse, and a lasting drive of tension. It will improve with another couple of years in the cellar.” 

91 Pointz Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

“Offering up notes of crisp yellow orchard fruit, fresh bread, white flowers, and citrus zest, Lanson's March 2018 disgorgement of the NV Brut Green Label continues to show well. Medium-bodied, pillowy, and precise, with racy acids and a pinpoint mousse, it concludes with a chalky finish. This has hardly evolved in the year that has elapsed since I last encountered.”

91 Pointz Wine & Spirits

“In 2010, Lanson purchased 32 acres in Verneuil from Leclerc Briant, which farmed the parcels under Biodynamics since 2002. Lanson has since added 10 acres in Verneuil to the property they call Domaine de la Malmaison. The vineyards are organically certified, providing the fruit to Lanson’s new green label. This first release is rich in direct, presenting its clean red-cherry flavors with a perfumed, floral lemon note to the acidity. A touch of smoky lees adds toastiness ro the finish—a classical aperitif Champagne with an Organic Pedigree.” 


91 Pointz Wine Spectator  

“A fine aperitif Champagne that's lightly mouthwatering and satiny in texture, with a delicate range of ripe green apple and pear fruit, toast point, Marcona almonds, pickled ginger, and candied lemon peel flavors. Salty finish. Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay. Disgorged in March 2020. Drink now through 2024.” 


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