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Nestled in the heart of the village of Chiroubles, in the Rhone department, Domaine Cheysson has been owned by the Cheysson family since 1868. It has exceptional soil, which has produced characteristic award-winning wines. Domaine Cheysson is pleased to welcome you to visit and taste its wines. Quality, excellence and tradition, these are our watchwords!

Welcome to the Cheysson Winery in Chiroubles

The Cheysson winery is above all a beautiful family story. In 1868, Émile Cheysson, brilliant industrialist, statesman and sociologist, acquired the winery. Previously, this property belonged to the Monks of Cluny Abbey. They cleared the hills of Chiroubles and founded a priory on the current site of the winery and remained present until the French Revolution, when the entire winery was sold ... this marked the beginning of a family adventure. For more than 150 years, from generation to generation, the Cheysson family has continued to modernize the farm and develop wine production.

Today, the cellars of the 17th century have been preserved and attest to the antiquity of the winery.

The farm now has 26 hectares of vineyards, in the appellation Chiroubles and Beaujolais Blanc.

History and know-how at the service of quality

With this history and the quality of the soils of the Domaine, with evocative names such as Côtes Rôties, Grille midi, Les Roches, the winery prides itself today on its precise knowledge of the profession of winegrower, but which is also equipped with state of the art equipment and materials.

From the harvest to the aging of the wines, we guarantee you an exceptional production, recognized in many guides and awarded in many competitions.

Do not wait and come and taste our wines, without forgetting our selection of Beaujolais Mâconnais wines.

An ideal location

Located on beautiful hills 400 meters above sea level, the village of Chiroubles offers a bucolic setting with a breathtaking 180 ° view of the vineyards of Beaujolais and the “Chaîne des Alpes”, the region deserves a visit for both its landscapes as well as the quality of its great eateries.