Distillerie Morand Louis & Cie SA

Distillerie Morand Louis & Cie SA

To make a true Valais fruit brandy, the fruit must be grown, picked and distilled in the Valais – as at this distillery. The AOP symbol (Registered designation of origin) guarantees authentic origin as well as highest quality.more

Chalet d’Adrien

Chalet d’Adrien

It was over 100 years ago that Baron Adrien de Turckheim, car manufacturer and designer, dreamed of there being a hotel in Verbier. His granddaughter, Brigitte, made this dream come true, and this led to the Chalet d’Adrien with its breathtaking...more

Trient Ravine - Impressive Water Landscape

Trient Ravine -...

Trient Ravine was carved into the rock of the Mont Blanc massif by the...more

Relais du Valais “Ancienne Abbaye”

Relais du Valais...

The former priory of the Monastery of St. Maurice was converted into one...more

Distillerie Morand Louis & Cie SA

To make a true Valais fruit brandy, the fruit must be grown, picked and distilled in the Valais – as at this distillery. The AOP symbol (Registered designation of origin) guarantees authentic origin as well as highest quality.

Chalet d’Adrien

It was over 100 years ago that Baron Adrien de Turckheim, car manufacturer and designer, dreamed of there being a hotel in Verbier. His granddaughter, Brigitte, made this dream come true, and this led to the Chalet d’Adrien with its breathtaking views. Here the senses are celebrated, right down to the dishes where the Italianate cuisine scales culinary heights with its tagliolini with truffles and roasted langoustine and other dishes.

Trient Ravine - Impressive Water Landscape

Trient Ravine was carved into the rock of the Mont Blanc massif by the eponymous wild mountain stream. The 200 meter deep ravine is fascinating for climbers and nature lovers. A 114 meter high waterfall makes the experience all the more interesting.

Trient Ravine was carved into the rock of the Mont Blanc massif by the eponymous wild mountain stream. The 200 meter deep ravine is fascinating for climbers and nature lovers. A 114 meter high waterfall makes the experience all the more interesting.

Relais du Valais “Ancienne Abbaye”

The former priory of the Monastery of St. Maurice was converted into one of the most beautiful restaurants in the Wallis region. It was named after the «Cornalin» grape. The restaurant offers specialties such as raclette, asparagus or brisolée.