La Siseranche - Chamoson

About the winery

In 1965, Maurice Giroud, owner of a cellar with no name, carried out his first bottling. It was in 1981 that the anonymous cellar became the Siseranche, named after a small river that is dry most of the year, which only fills with water during summer storms and the winter snow melt.

Throughout these years, Maurice has continuously expanded his estate and added to his range of grape varieties. His son Xavier joined him in the family business in 1994. Gil, Maurice’s wife and Xavier’s mother, loyal to the role from the outset, participate in the development of the current vintage during the tastings and before bottling by bringing in her focused feminine sensitivity.

Today, La Siseranche offers 30 different wines produced from a 6-hectare estate. Their full tastings are accompanied by a dish of Valais raw vegetables, cheeses, ham, dried meats, bacon and sausages, and these are free of charge. Their tasting room can accommodate 40 people.




Château de Villa

This is the largest wine cellar in Valais, with 650 select wines and the expertise of more than 110 of the canton’s winemakers.

Plan your tasting

    Opening hours

    Monday to Saturday by appointment


    40 people


    DE / FR

    Practical information

    Parking space

    Accessible to people with reduced mobility

    Station: Chamoson

    Bus stop: Chamoson, poste

Wine list

  • White

    • Chardonnay
    • Ermitage
    • Fendant
    • Johannisberg
    • Petite Arvine
    • Chenin Blanc
    • Divona
    • Gewürztraminer
    • Roussanne
  • Rosé

    • Dôle Blanche
    • Rosé
  • Red

    • Cornalin
    • Diolinoir
    • Dôle
    • Gamay
    • Humagne Rouge
    • Merlot
    • Pinot Noir
    • Syrah
    • Carminoir
    • Divico
    • Tannat
  • Others

    • Red assemblage
    • Sweet wine
    • Liqueur wine

Award-winning wines

  • Cornalin Chamoson


  • Fendant Chamoson


  • Johannisberg Chamoson


  • Petite Arvine


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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