The estate was created in 1990 by Louis Clerc but since the 2013 vintage, his son Martin Clerc has taken care of the management of the vinifications.
Eight hectares of vineyards, belonging to the Domaine, are located in the Septentrional region in the northern part of the Rhone. The vines are cultivated on very steep slopes making the harvest impossible to mechanize. The grapes are manually picked and have to be hauled up the hillside on trolleys.
The Collines Rhodaniennes IGP Viognier is a frank and intense wine, yellow gold in color with aromas of white flowers, peach and apricot. Mineral notes balance the rich, buttery character.