The farm has been operating since 1991 and adopts exclusively organic methods; the artisan workshops meet all the relative legal requirements and only stainless steel equipment is used; the farm does not buy semi finished products from outside and it monitors and controls directly each single phase of the production process.
The fruit and vegetables used to make the products are exclusively grown in the Aosta Valley, in areas free from pollution and chemical treatments.
The beekeeping activities and the various activities connected with producing the honey are conducted entirely in accordance with the provisions set out by EU regulation and by the regulations of the Autonomous Region of the Aosta Valley.
The farm directly sells High Quality products from the Valley that are distinguished by their taste, their nutrition content and affordable price.
Honey (rhododendron, 3 types of wild flowers, chestnut, thyme, dandelion, heather, goldenrod, honeydew), propolis and beeswax
Fruit jams (20 different types), vegetable soup cube and fruit juices
Seasonal vegetables, potatoes
Fruit (apricots, plums, peaches, apples, cotton and pears)
All the products can be bought in the farm shop (a notice at the phone numbers indicated in the “Contact” section is advisable).
You can visit the vegetable garden, the soft fruit orchards, the fruit tree orchards, the apiary, the honey making workshops and the kitchen where the jams are made as well as the tasting cellar, the photovoltaic plant and the solar thermal energy plant.
Period of activity and intended recipients
In the event of bad weather, a maximum of 25 people can be hosted.
How to get there
Travelling along A5 motorway, exit at the Châtillon-St.Vincent tollgate and take the highway S.S. 26 driving for 8 km towards Aosta until the Champagne di Verrayes roundabout: turn left uphill on the regional road 42 (signposts for Verrayes – Colle Pantaleone) and ascend for 4 km until you find the car park the and a wooden sign indicating the village of Cherolinaz.