Tour of the wine cellars: discovering the Aosta Valley’s wines

Villeneuve, Aosta, Aymavilles, Jovençan, Saint-Pierre, Sarre

  • Difficulties:
    Averagely Difficult
  • Periodo consigliato:
    dal 01/04 to 31/10
  • Departure:
    Trépont (670 mt.)
  • Arrival:
    Trépont (670 mt.)
  • Difference in level:
    250 m
  • length:
    30 Km
  • GPS tracks:
    GPX , KML

Description of the route

Technical difficulty: easy
Physical difficulty: medium
Bike-friendly: 100%
Type of Route: asphalt and dirt roads

This is a medium difficult itinerary for discovering the vineyards and winemaking cellars in the area of the municipalities of Villeneuve, Aymavilles, Jovençan, Aosta, Sarre and Saint-Pierre.

From Aosta, follow the Courmayeur State Road no. 26 until you pass the village of Villeneuve and come to a large parking on the right.

From the square in Trepont hamlet in Villeneuve you take the State Road no.26, following directions to the Villeneuve sports centre. Taking the wooden walkway that crosses over the Dorea Baltea, continue towards the centre of the village. On leaving the village, continue towards Aymavilles where you go uphill to the site of the Cave des Onze Communes cooperative. The itinerary then continues along the diret paths that cross the vineyards of Les Crêtes, featuring splendid panoramic views (Aosta plain and castles). Descending at Ayamavilles, close to the motorway junction, cross the bridge over the Dora Baltea and continue the route by following the river. You reach the Gressan sports centre by passing through the village of Jovençan. The recently built pedestrian walkway allows you to cross the Dora again, entering in the periphery of Aosta and directing towards the Regional Farming Institute. From here, set off again in a westerly direction (Courmayeur), reaching the panoramic road over the hills until you reach the municipality of Sarre. After crossing the railway, you arrive close to the motorway junction again, where a fun dirt path along the banks of the Dora begins. Continue along this until you reach Saint-Pierre, where the picturesque castle of Sarriod de la Tour can be sighted. You can reach the castle via a short but difficult dirt road. After crossing State Road no.26, the route continues towards the hamlets on the hill until arriving at a bridge that leads to Villeneuve. On reaching the river park, go back along the first stretch of the journey until you come to the site of departure.


Tourist Areas
Tourist Areas

Mont Blanc

Gran Paradiso

Great Saint Bernard

Aosta and surroundings


Monte Rosa

Central Valley


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