Their Story: The Champagne House of Diebolt-Vallois is found in Cramant, a village in the Côte de Blancs whose chalky soil makes the perfect home for Chardonnay vines. It is one of the finest terroirs in the Champagne region. Their wines are classical expressions of the northern Cote de Blancs.
Like many other Champagne houses, Diebolt-Vallois are the progeny of a united family: Jacque-Diebolt and Nadia Vallois are helped by their children, Arnaud and Isabelle, who are taking on an ever increasingly active part in running the estate.
The Diebolts have lived in Cramant since the 19th century and the Vallois have been cultivating vines in cuis since the 15th century.
Region: Côtes de Blancs
Grape Varieties: Predominately Chardonnay
Village: Cramant (Grand Cru), Cuis (Premier Cru)
The Vineyard Area: 11 hectares
Quantity Produced Annually: 10,500 cases