Wallis - glaciers' water, earth and sun, trees and fruits

Stamp Wallis Bis 

Land of glaciers, earth, sun, trees and fruit

BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH

In the heart of the Alps, a land of glaciers and rock which the Rhône river has with the ages transformed into fertile ground. Land of alpine alluviums, pure air, sun, warmth, cool evenings, all of which combine together to produce an exceptional terroir for fruit.

There is no better soil in which to grow Williams pears and Luizet apricots. The same soil is also home to apples, quinces, raspberries, plums, prunes and mirabelles.

water

Thanks to its exceptional geographical location, the canton is particularly privileged in terms of drinking water supply.

It is rich in calcium and magnesium. This thirst-quenching water with its exceptional nutritional qualities originates in the bowels of the mountains and in thousand-year-old glaciers, and is impregnated with precious Alpine mineral salts to give you a feeling of freshness and well-being.

FRUIT

In the heart of the Alps, a land of glaciers and rocks that the Rhône has transformed into fertile land. Land of alpine alluvium, pure air, sun, heat, cool nights, a microclimate that contributes to an exceptional terroir for fruit.

There is no better soil for Williams pears and Luizet apricots. Apples, quinces, raspberries, plums, prunes and mirabelles are also grown here.

plant

The beauty and diversity of Valais' flora contribute significantly to the canton's very attractive image.

Its attractiveness, its particularities, its flagship species as well as the interest to better know and protect it through the great diversity it offers.