Joined January 2022
We are particularly sensitive to International Wineries for Climate Action and we are convinced of the need to act against climate change to preserve the richness of our terroirs, our vineyards, and our wines. We share these strong commitments for many years which are very presents in our daily activities. We are proud to be the first Champagne House to join IWCA and to actively contribute to reduce carbon emissions across the wine industry.
Founded in 1760, Lanson is one of the oldest Champagne Houses, still owned by a Champagne family group. The unique style of its Champagnes rests on 4 immutable pillars: a meticulous selection of Crus; a vinification according to the traditional Champagne principle; a rare collection of reserve wines, and a longer ageing in cellars. As a major player in Champagne region, respect for the terroir is a primary concern. Since 2010, Champagne Lanson has been committed to a more ecological viticulture, promoting the balance between the soils, the plants and people.