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List of products by Maison Diebolt-Vallois

Champagne Diebolt-Vallois is the alliance by marriage of two families, one of which, the Diebolts, has been established in Cramant since the 19th century and the other, the Vallois, has been established in Cuis since the 15th century.


However, it was not until 1978 that the house took off with the extension of the estate and the construction of an additional cellar.


The Diebolt-Vallois house is established in Cramant on the famous Côte des Blancs, an exceptional location for the quality of its extremely chalky soil and ideal for the Chardonnay grape variety. The Diebolt-Vallois vineyard covers 11 hectares for a large majority in Cramant and the other in Cuis, classified respectively Grand Cru and Premier Cru with small plots in Chouilly and Le Mesnil sur Oger.


The entire vineyard is planted exclusively with Chardonnay. The very carefully studied East-South-East exposure is particularly suited to Chardonnay, a grape variety which, over time, will give a wine with fruit, powerful and fat. The vineyard is managed in reasoned culture.

 
A blend of Chardonnay from Premier Cru: Cuis and Chouilly Grand Cru.
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Bottle 0.75L
$29.62
$29.62
A blend of Chardonnay from Premier Cru: Cuis and Chouilly Grand Cru.
An elegant and fruity rosé with aromas of raspberry, redcurrant and wild strawberry.
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Bottle 0.75L
$31.15
$31.15
An elegant and fruity rosé with aromas of raspberry, redcurrant and wild strawberry.
Blend of Chardonnay Grand Cru from Cramant, Chouilly and Le Mesnil-sur-Oger.
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Bottle 0.75L
$37.54
$37.54
Blend of Chardonnay Grand Cru from Cramant, Chouilly and Le Mesnil-sur-Oger.
A blend of Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs and the 2013 Harvest.
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Bottle 0.75L
$40.44
$40.44
A blend of Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs and the 2013 Harvest.
A blend of Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs and the 2011 Harvest.
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Bottle 0.75L
$40.50
$40.50
A blend of Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs and the 2011 Harvest.