Wine tourism continuing professional development course - Module 3 - Wine MuseumWine: organising a wine tasting, representative grape varieties and local products. > more 14March
Tasting in the dark – Pfyn-Finges Nature Park, SalgeschTasting in the dark of wines with “Produit des parcs suisses” certification, awarded by the Pfyn-Finges Nature Park, held in conjunction with the Wine Museum. > more
Special event on 21 February: the little secrets of Les Celliers de SionHome of the first theme park in Valais based on wine and vines, Les Celliers de Sion wants to make its mark on wine tourism in the canton. > more
Le Torpilleur: the second range from Cave l'OrpailleurLaunched at the end of 2017, Le Torpilleur is the second range from the Cave l'Orpailleur winery. > more
One of the most ancient white grape varieties in Valais,Amigne can apparently trace its origins back to the Roman era.
Today, Amigne is grown on around 38 hectares, exclusively in Valais (mainly in Vétroz).
Its fruit produces rich, powerful wines, and is highly sought after for dessert wines. It can be identified by its aromas of citrus fruit and its acidity on the palate.A little secret about Amigne: this is a grape variety to lay down, for 5 to 10 years, to reveal its full potential.
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