Lower Valais

From the banks of Lake Geneva to the Ardève mountain

Starting at the vineyards of Port-Valais and continuing up to Leytron, follow the Rhône and discover this region’s unique locations.

Martigny – Plan Cerisier, the hamlet and its traditional mazot chalets

Fully – La Combe d’Enfer, an amphitheatre of vineyards on the route of the Grand Tour of Switzerland

Saillon – Farinet’s vineyard, the smallest cadastral-registered vineyard in the world with just three vines

  • Vouvry
  • Vionnaz
  • Muraz
  • Morgins
  • Monthey-Choëx
  • Martigny
  • Bovernier
  • Charrat
  • Saxon
  • Fully
  • Saillon
  • Leytron
  • Riddes
  • La Tzoumaz

Wine tasting

Winemakers, producers of enchanting wines


14 wines from this cellar

Les Follaterres

The wines of Nathalie Roduit are mostly made from indigenous plants, such as Petite Arvine, Humagne Blanche or Cornalin.


24 wines from this cellar

Cave Gilbert Devayes

Gilbert Devayes and Gaëtan Carron are proud to offer you a wide choice of wines cultivated with family tradition and savoir-faire.


19 wines from this cellar

Pierre Buchard & Fils

Yvan Buchard has been responsible for developing the range of Pierre Buchard & Fils wines, made up of around twenty grape varieties.

Wine tourism

Must-see addresses



Relais du Valais

There is a restaurant, a wine bar and a number of rooms equipped for your weddings, banquets, seminars and other events.



Guérite d’Uvrier

This carefully renovated traditional gatehouse is serving local Valais dishes and wines from Celliers de Sion.



Visperterminen - Europe’s highest vineyard

A walk through an exceptional vineyard, including a Heida tasting at St-Jodernkellerei

Your tasting profile

Select your favourite type of wine or indicate what you are looking for in a wine and find out which Valais wine is right for you.

apricots, citrus fruits, exotic or red fruits, almonds, etc.Fruity

violet, elder, lime, rose, etc.Floral

low in alcohol, low in tanninsLight


intense alcohol, acidity and aromasFull

dominated by acid, which gives the wine a fresh appearanceCrisp


without acidity, round, smoothSoft

no residual sugarDry


mellow wine, fairly supple, fleshyRich

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