By Jim Boyce
Importer and distributor French Wine Paradox reports that it has signed an agreement to be the exclusive distributor of Lanson Champagne in China. The origins of Lanson date to 1760, though in recent decades ownership has passed through a handful of large corporations, and the house is now headed by Champagne Boizel (see more of Lanson’s history here). French Wine Paradox reports that it will initially carry Lanson’s Black Label and later add the rose and vintages to its portfolio.
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