Experience a unique flavour amidst tradition and colours
Celebration of aromas and accompaniments to the Bosses crudo ham
In Antey and Gressan, the Aosta Valley celebrates its most important fruit.
The food and wine tradition on the backdrop of a Medieval town
A festival that combines taste and tradition
An event that celebrates the variants of this golden Valle d'Aosta nectar
In this village halfway up the valley, they have been making wine for many centuries, including their famous moscato wine mentioned in certain 14th century documents. It is worth mentioning th…
Market of fruit, vegetables, goat cheeses, honey, wild herbs, dried products, wine and handicrafts from small Valle d’Aosta companies.
All products for sale are grown without the use of chemical…
Each year in Donnas are organised the traditional chestnut festival and grapes festival to celebrate and assess these typical fruits from this municipality of the lower valley.
The community ovens of many villages in Aosta Valley municipalities will all fire up on to bake the traditional black bread.
BorghiAmo is a journey through the hamlets and villages of the Aosta Valley Wine areas in search of the sensations and emotions that we had forgotten.
The fair is an unmissable occasion to learn more about apple growing and to get to know with the small village Antey-Saint-André.
The Marché au Fort is taking place once again in mid-October set in the charming medieval village of Bard, at the feet of the historic Fort. It is the most important and biggest food and wine even…
Small market of agricultural and traditional products of the Aosta Valley.
Distribution of roasted chestnuts at the end of the Holy Mass at the Cemetery.
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