Between the Central Massif and the Alpine Massif, in the heart of particularly intense geological activity, lies a unique terroir known as the Hermitage Hill. It is here, in Tain-l’Hermitage, on its hills bathed in light, that the history of Maison Paul Jaboulet Aîné has its roots. Syrah finds its most natural terroir of expression here. Since 1834, winemakers from the Jaboulet family and then the Frey family have succeeded each other in cultivating a mythical vineyard, a pure representation of this vine: La Chapelle Hermitage. The Domaine, led by Caroline Frey, also promotes all Northern Rhône appellations on 120 hectares of vineyards from Cornas to Côte-Rôtie. Seeking the most beautiful expression of wines and strongly committed to soil and environmental conservation, Caroline converted her entire vineyard to organic farming in 2016. Patience work with the goal of recreating a harmonious balance with nature. Biodynamics is a continuation of this quest for harmony-a regenerative approach that requires a deep understanding of the nature of the vine and connects it to its global environment. The winegrowing ecosystem does not stop only at estate vineyards. In order to benefit from the best conditions to carry out its work, the Domaine promotes the biodiversity of the uncultivated soils located around the vineyards to foster virtuous interactions, which allow the production of great wines from living and unique terroirs: undoubtedly perfect and historic ambassadors of the Rhone Valley.