1991: founding of the Group with the acquisition of two companies, Chanoine Frères and Champenoise des Grands Vins.
1994: business combination with Champagne Boizel to create the Boizel Chanoine Champagne Group.
1996: floating on the Second Marché through a new equity issue.
1997: acquisition of Champagne Philipponnat, with its famous Le Clos des Goisses vineyards.
1998: acquisition of Champagne de Venoge and Alexandre Bonnet, with its key aux Riceys vineyard.
2006: acquisition of Champagne Lanson and Maison Burtin (ex Marne et Champagne) by Boizel Chanoine Champagne, positioning the Group as one of the Champagne market's leading players.
2010: Boizel Chanoine Champagne becomes LANSON-BCC in order to better reflect its international scale.