IGP Collines Rhodaniennes is an appellation created in 2009, which extends over more than 300 hectares of the Rhone Valley. The vines are planted in alluvial plains, rocks, minerals, pebbles, as well as on stony clay-limestone soils. The IGP Collines Rhodaniennes produces red, white and rosé wines, as well as sparkling wines. The red wines show density and depth, along with a beautiful minerality and aromas of red fruits, as well as silky tannins. The whites of the IGP Rhodanian Hills are lively and fine, evolving floral, grilled and fruity notes (fruits with yellow or white flesh). Finally, the rosés reveal plenty of freshness and a great richness of fruity fragrances.