- Champéry: Ten creative Sundays
- Conthey: Gourmand Hike
- Grimentz: Tasting Glacier Wine
- Saillon: The vineyard of Farinet and the Passerelle
- Sierre: Vinea
- Sierre: Wine cellar of the Château de Villa
- Sierre, Salgesch: The Valaisan Museum of Wine and Vineyards
- Sierre, Salgesch: The vineyard path between Sierre and Salgesch
- Sierre, Salgesch: Walk through vineyard
- Sion: Jardin des Vins
- Valais: Chemin du Vignoble Martigny - Leuk
- Valais: The country of vines and wines
- Varen: Varen Wine Weeks
- Visperterminen: "Wii-Grill-Fäscht"
- Visperterminen : The highest vineyards in Europe
- Visperterminen: Vineyard Trail Visp - Visperterminen
This wine trail leads trough the Valais vineyards from Martingy to Leuk. There are three versions: a footpath, a bike trail, and a road for vehicles. Wines can be tasted without appointment at many points along the route.
Valais is by far the most extensive wine-growing region in Switzerland. There is no other region in the Confederation that is as well suited to cultivating vines.
Varen wine growers and Pfyfoltru would like you to get to know completely new aspects of the Pfyfoltru juice of the vine. The word Pfyfoltru might sound a bit exotic.
Wine connoisseurs are familiar with Europe's highest mountain known dor its vineyards and Visperterminen's "Heida" wine festivals. The vineyard "Riebe" extends from the Visper valley up to an altitude of 1,100 m. a.s.l.
Surrounded by Switzerland's highest mountains, the vineyards of Visperterminen flourish at altitudes of up to 1,150 metres - higher than anywhere else in Europe.