Heading to the heart of the northern Rhône, 60km south of Lyon. On the borders of the right bank of the Rhône, the exceptional terroir of Seyssuel nestles. Already in ancient times, great Greek and Latin authors (from Pliny the Elder to Plutarch, not forgetting the poet Martial) praised the merits of this region, which they called "saxeolum optimum vinum": "Seyssuel, the little rock with the very good wine".
This is where the valley is the narrowest, as the steepness of the valley amplifies the wind, dries out the climate and the soil, and increases the temperature. In addition to the fact that these lands are home to a fauna and flora usually more present in the south, Syrah, a grape variety with character, is at home here. An exceptional land, therefore, for wines worthy of this nature.