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Lanson White Label Champagne 75cl
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An intensely new drinking concept with new aromatic experiences that are infinitely adaptable… This champagne was specially created by Jean-Paul Gandon, the Wine-Maker of Lanson for the last 25 years. The blend allows one to appreciate the natural aromas of the champagne, yet enjoying its role of enhancing the aromas. Lanson White Label chilled (7°C)in large wine glasses specially suited to this type of drink. Add natural ingredients (mint-leaves, raspberry, orange-peel etc.) guided by your preferences, tastes, desires, mood… Agitate the glass in a circular motion to allow the natural ingredients to release their aromas. Enjoy Lanson White Label adapted according to your personal taste at that moment.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Champagne - SecCountry Of Origin- France
Availability- In stock
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