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
The perfect occasion to get a closer look at the sweet world of artisan chocolate. Among the manifold types of chocolate and confectionaries you will also find dark-chocolate coffee machines…
At the end of October in Lilianes, the oldest chestnut festival in Italy is held and the whole day is dedicated to tasting this versatile annual product with lunch prepared with chestnuts.
On the last weekend in October the village of Châtillon is turned into the Val d’Aosta honey capital and becomes home to this festival dedicated to honey and its various side products.
The Municipal Library and the Parish Church of Saint-Christophe, with the collaboration of the “Alpino” Group invite children, young people and adults
to the traditional chestnut celebration
In the suggestive village of Moron, weell known for its ancient Church devoted to Saint-Maurice, the Chestnuts Festival is an occasion to spend a pleasant afternoon with distribution of chestnuts…
The chestnut party takes place near Runaz on the last Sunday in October, thanks to the large quantities of chestnut trees in the Adret area. These encounters once played an important role in th…
Cooking and distribution of chestnuts, with mulled wine and hot tea.
Square bowls tournament.
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