Heidsieck & Co Monopole

 Diamant Blanc Champagne

White Blend

France: Champagne

Offer Expired:Oct 21, 2012 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


Dom Killer

Following extensive investigation into the world of Ultra Bubbles, we have a surprise Champagne operating at lower cost basis than the famous brand sleeper cells of the Champagne region. We have discovered the incredible Diamant Blanc from one of the great historical producers, Heidsieck & Co., dating back to 1785.

All the elegance at half the price, this spectacular Champagne is a reward that our operatives greatly enjoy. This sparkler combines the depth of flavor, richness of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and yeasty flavors that only come from long cellar aging and delicate winemaking.

Awarded 92 Points from Wine Spectator, this wine show plenty of hazelnut, citrus and mineral notes, in this very tasty package. From the refined nose to the long finesse-filled finish, the Diamant Blanc is a memorable, bubbly experience to savor with friends.

With the year end holidays fast approaching, Champagne of this quality is great to have on hand for when the moment is right.

Tasting Profile


A rich golden color with very very fine bubbles, setting the stage for an amazing entry to your senses with a Champagne of great style.


A delicate aroma of citrus and almond greets your nose without aggressive bubbles. A touch of yeasty notes in perfect balance to concentrated fruit of Chardonnay


Incredibly complex and intriguing simultaneously, with hints of almonds, brioche, citrus flowers and apple. Great finesse in bringing a richly flavored Champagne to your palette.


A long rich finish you never want to end. When it finally does you immediately want to revive it again and again - with sip after delicious sip. The creamy elegance of this Champagne fills your entire mouth with flavor and balance


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About the Winery

Offer Expired:Oct 21, 2012 at 11:59 pm
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