Exhibition at Wine museum

Exhibition "Rilke, Hesse, Dürrenmatt, Bonvin… et le vin"

From 9th March to 1st December 2024

The future of winegrowing in the Valais will have to meet major challenges such as adapting to climate change, motivating new generations and modernising the vineyards while preserving their essence. How can these issues be tackled and overcome? What will the Valais winegrowing landscape look like in the future?

The Musée du Vin asked seventeen people to anticipate the future and express their visions. These testimonials form the basis of the exhibition, illustrated by six talented artists: Hélène Becquelin, Fichtre, Ambroise Héritier, Julien Loutz, Pauline Lugon and Benoît Schmid. Their creations explore various imaginary scenarios.

This new exhibition at the Musée du Vin combines historical and scientific elements with an artistic approach and a participatory approach. From the choice of grape varieties to soil maintenance, from landscape issues to innovations, it takes current concerns as a starting point to sketch out avenues and aspirations for the future.

Opening hours
Wednesday-Friday 14:00-18:00
Saturday-Sunday 11:00-18:00

Exhibition at Wine museum


Rue Ste-Catherine 6

3960 Sierre

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Permanent exhibition

At the Wine Museum – Salgesch, discover the secrets of Valais wines in an authentic, recently renovated winegrower’s house.

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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