The champagne house Diebolt-Vallois is to be found in Cramant, a village in the "Côte des Blancs", whose chalky soil makes the perfect home for chardonnay vines. It is certainly one of the finest terroirs in the Champagne region and is the realm of "blanc de blancs" champagnes (champagnes made from white grapes - chardonnay).
are the progeny of a united family:
Jacques Diebolt and Nadia Vallois are helped by their two children, Arnaud and Isabelle, who are taking an ever increasingly active part in the running of the estate.
The Diebolt family has lived in Cramant since the end of the 19th century, and the Vallois family has been cultivating vines in Cuis since the 15th Century. Although Jacques Diebolt started working with his grandfather, it was not until 1978 that the estate underwent a sea-change with the extension of the estate and the construction first of all of cellars, and then a winery.
Fleur de Passion is the jewel in the crown in the range of Diebolt-Vallois champagnes. In pursuit of the perfect expression of the terroir, it is made from the best grapes from the best Cramant vines in the estate; the best of the best.
Fleur de Passion is matured in oak barrels in the traditional way. It truly represents the spirit of Diebolt-Vallois champagnes, the same spirit which is found in all our "blanc de blancs" wines.
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