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A world of good taste

A world of good taste

The taste of authenticity.

The flavours and sights of the Valais surpass mere eating and drinking to include the residents’ joie de vivre that informs their exceptional gastronomic inventiveness and the time-honoured traditions of...more
Valais Paragliding

Valais Paragliding

Fiesch! – The launch point per se for cross-country flights. Weather-permitting, you can also enjoy passenger flights from Verbier, Les Diablerets, Evolènes and the mountains around Sierre or if you have a recognised licence, you can set off on...more

Valais

Valais

It is not know whether wine was grown in the Valais before Julius Cesar...more

Petite Arvine

Petite Arvine

Petite Arvinemore

A world of good taste

The taste of authenticity.

The flavours and sights of the Valais surpass mere eating and drinking to include the residents’ joie de vivre that informs their exceptional gastronomic inventiveness and the time-honoured traditions of Switzerland’s largest winemaking canton.

Top wines and gastronomic traditions.

From the Rhone glacier down to Lake Geneva, from small villages on steep mountainsides to Sion, the historic capital of the canton at the foot of the rocky hills of Tourbillon and Valeria, a gastronomic journey through the Valais has unlimited diversity.

Valais Paragliding

Fiesch! – The launch point per se for cross-country flights. Weather-permitting, you can also enjoy passenger flights from Verbier, Les Diablerets, Evolènes and the mountains around Sierre or if you have a recognised licence, you can set off on unforgettable cross-country flights, high above the borders of the Valais region.

Fiesch, Verbier, Monthey, Les Diablerets, Evolènes, Sierre

Valais

It is not know whether wine was grown in the Valais before Julius Cesar defeated the Gauls in the 1st century B.C., since there is no documentary evidence. It is assumed that over two millennia ago a wild vine was discovered, the Vitis sylvestris, whose fruit resembles other berries of this region.

It is not know whether wine was grown in the Valais before Julius Cesar defeated the Gauls in the 1st century B.C., since there is no documentary evidence. It is assumed that over two millennia ago a wild vine was discovered, the Vitis sylvestris, whose fruit resembles other berries of this region.

Petite Arvine

Petite Arvine

The Petite Arvine, or Arvine for short, is the most frequently grown wine of the Valais. The vintners regarded it so highly that they dedicated an entire village to it.