Cramant is the first Grand Cru village you come to when you enter the Côte des Blancs from the direction of Epernay in Champagne region. Here, the soil consists of light layer of earth over chalky subsoil, with East-South-East facing slopes that suit Chardonnay particularly well. The Diebolt family has lived in Cramant since the late 1800s, and the Vallois family has been cultivating vines in nearby Cuis since the 1400s. Their commitment to winemaking shows in this brut Champagne made from 100% Chardonnay. On the nose and palate, the wine offers fruit, power, and a rich texture, with notes of ripe apples, fresh flowers, and a touch of citrus. The lengthy, floral finish makes this wine the perfect way to start or finish a meal.