Bugey Wine Route

This small, winding road is 400 meters long along the vineyards of the Seillonnaz region. Scattered among the vines one can see traditional “grangeons,” old stone huts that were historically used in Bugey as wine cellars, resting places for vignerons and even as gathering places for festivities during the harvest. The three terroirs of Bugey are Montagnieu, Cerdon and Manicle, which grows Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. The vines in this region are planted on a terrain made of calcareous white clay soil.