Domaine des Hauts Chassis is a family-owned winery located in the northern part of the Rhone Valley in France, in the town of Crozes-Hermitage. The estate was founded in 1993 by Michel Chapoutier, a prominent winemaker in the Rhone Valley. Since 2011, the estate has been managed by Sébastien and Corinne Bonnefond.
The vineyards of Domaine des Hauts Chassis span over 30 hectares and are mainly planted with Syrah, which is the dominant grape variety in the northern Rhone region. The estate also grows some white grape varieties, such as Marsanne and Roussanne, which are used to produce white Crozes-Hermitage wines.
Domaine des Hauts Chassis follows sustainable and organic farming practices, and the winery is certified organic by Ecocert. The wines are made using traditional winemaking techniques, and are aged in oak barrels to enhance their complexity and depth.
The estate produces a range of wines, including red and white Crozes-Hermitage wines, as well as a limited production Saint-Joseph and Condrieu. The wines are known for their elegance, balance, and finesse, and have received numerous accolades and awards from wine critics and publications.