Bonne Vallée – Chappoz agricultural farm – baked products
‘Bonne Vallée’ was established in the heart of the Lower Aosta Valley in Vert, a charming village located on the right side of the Dora Baltea river in the municipality of Donnas, with the aim of reviving the ancient and genuine flavours of the past.
In 1990 the first success was achieved in the rotational cultivation of the ‘potato-corn’. Furthermore, the rediscovery of an old wood-burning oven opened a new and exciting path: the production of rye bread following natural sourdough fermentation methods.
In the farmhouse surrounded by corn fields, the owners dedicate themselves to the production of baked products using various kinds of cereals, free from unnatural tampering.
Rye, corn and chestnut biscuits
Pies, micòoula and farin’el bread
The shop is open every day except Sundays, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The farm can be visited all year round, except for in August and December, upon telephone reservation (contact: Monica Genestreti) to be made at least 10 days in advance.
You can visit the fields, the mill and the workshop; tasting is available.
Number of visitors per visit: min 5 / max 15
Languages spoken: Italian, French and English
How to get there
If coming from the A5 Turin-Aosta, exit at the Pont-Saint-Martin toll gate. Follow the trunk road towards Aosta. At the end of the long straight road that leads to the built-in area of Donnas, turn left and follow the signs for the hamlet of Clapey. Immediately after the motorway under pass, turn left again and follow the signs to the Chappoz farm