Located in a courtyard of the 1700s, the winery was born out of the dream of transformation of an agricultural production back to the centre of the city of Aosta by the great-grandparents Tanteun and Marietta, who gave their great grandchildren the opportunity to take their first steps in the great and wonderful world of wine.
Since 2012, the creators of the company Federico and Alessandra have been cultivating two hectares of vineyards and transforming the grapes into 10,000 bottles of white and red DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wines such as: Vallée d’Aoste Muscat Petit Grain, La Tocca, Valle d’Aosta Pinot gris “Bizelle”, Valle d’Aosta Pinot noir “R.E.M.”, Valle d’Aosta Rouge “Farouche ”, Valle d’Aosta Rouge “Boheme ”, etc. 
Founded in 1997, Château Feuillet winery is located in Saint-Pierre commune, Château Feuillet frazione (ward), produces 10 DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) wines and is on the market with 35,000 bottles. It produces white DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wines such as DOP White Moscato, DOP Chardonnay, DOP Petite Arvine, DOP Gewurztraminer and red DOP wines such as DOP Fumin, DOP Pinot Nero, DOP Syrah, DOP Torrette Superieur, DOP Torrette, DOP Cornalin as well as jaline and straw wine. Over the years, the company grew from 5,000 m² to 25,000 m² of planted vineyards. The cellar was expanded in 2015, with large spaces for processing and cutting-edge technology.

The winery is located on the edge of the Gran Paradiso National Park, in Introd commune, Junod frazione (ward), at the entrance to the Rhêmes and Valsavarenche Valleys. Its production has gone from the initial 1,000 to the current 60,000 bottles, thanks to the cultivation of vineyards located in various municipalities of Valle d’Aosta. The range of wines is quite vast including white DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wines: Valle d’Aosta Pinot Gris, Valle d’Aosta Pinot Gris, Valle d’Aosta Gewürztraminer, Valle d’Aosta Muscat Petit Grain, Valle d’Aosta Petite Arvine and red DOP wines: Valle d’Aosta Gamay, Valle d’Aosta Nus, Valle d’Aosta Pinot Noir, Valle d’Aosta Rouge Coteau Barrage, Valle d’Aosta Fumin.

La Vrille winery (“viticcio” in Italian) is located along Via Francigena in Verrayes commune, Granjeon frazione. It was founded in 2002 from a project conceived by Hervé, a former sailor who decided to return to the cultivation of his ancestors’ land.
The vineyards, which are arranged in a natural amphitheatre overlooking the Avic and Emilius mountains, are almost entirely cultivated with indigenous vines such as Vuillermin, Petit Rouge, Cornalin and Fumin, with the exception of Pinot Noir.
A large area is covered by Muscat Petit Grain, used for the production of the historic Chambave Muscat, and for the award-winning Chambave Muscat Fletry, the company’s sweet wine. The facility also has rooms for tourists’ accommodation with breakfast service.
The winery is located in Morgex, a small town just a few kilometres from Mont Blanc. The business started in 1985 when Piero regained the family land and bought other lands from “Curé Bougeat”, historic promoter of the famous Blanc de Morgex wine in 1960. Piero and his family started to cultivate the indigenous Prié Blanc grape with great passion at altitudes that can reach 1,200 metres preventing the development of insects, such as the moth.
The area, which is planted with vines in traditional low pergola stone terraces, reaches 5,000 square metres. The winery produces the white Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wine. The abbot Alexandre Bougeat, who sold his lands to Piero, was born in Ayas in 1916, and after following his priestly vocation, he became the parish priest of Morgex in 1946. more
He was a man of culture who had interests in theology, but also in agriculture, antiques and the traditions of the Aosta Valley. He can be considered a precursor of the modern winemaker, since he was able to recognize in Blanc de Morgex a quality product to be consumed not only privately, but also to reach the most prestigious wineries and wine bars. He devoted himself to the cultivation of vineyards without ever putting aside his priestly duties. In fact, starting from the 1950s he began to refine the processing of Blanc, even with techniques that at first sight are not accepted by the Morgex winemakers because they are different from the tradition. In 1964, he made his first bottling, beginning the marketing of Blanc de Morgex outside the regional areas.
The winery is located in Ruine of Morgex village, La Ruine frazione and was founded in 1999. The lands in the region have always been linked to the cultivation of the indigenous grape Prié Blanc - a “heroic” cultivation that takes places in a traditional way with low pergola terraces, both to protect the grape from low temperatures and to allow it to grow at high altitudes.
Ermes followed all the production steps that lead to the birth of the traditional Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle (DOP), classic method, aged in barrel and late harvest.Visits to the cave and the vineyards are available all year round, but booking is required. It is possible to enjoy a wine tasting or to combine the products of the Nathan Pavese farm.
Maison Agricole D&D is a small farm that was founded in 2002 with the aim of maintaining the family’s land and recovering the plots, which were abandoned on the hill of Aosta. The family-run farm has taken up the work done by the grandparents who cultivated the vine at the beginning of the 1900s, and then by the parents, who participated in the first exhibitions of D.O.C. (Controlled Designation of Origin) wines of Valle d’Aosta in the 1970s. Both the experience and knowledge of past times and modern technology are used for producing wines that express the essence of the mountain “terroir”. Currently the company produces 11 types of wines, including white DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wines: Muscat Petit Grain Valle d’Aosta, Petite Arvine Valle d’Aosta, red DOP wines: Pinot Noir Valle d’Aosta, Gamay Valle d’Aosta, more
Torrette Valle d’Aosta, Torrette Supérieur Valle d’Aosta, Syrah Valle d’Aosta, Fumin Valle d’Aosta and one rosè DOP wine: Rosé Laetitia Valle d’Aosta.
The company also deals with the production of honey (dark and light wildflower honey, rhododendron honey) and the honey laboratory can be visited along with the winery and the vineyards.
Les Crêtes winery was founded in 1989 by Costantino Charrère in Aymavilles town and is now managed by his family who owns a historic 18th-century water mill and the ancient wineries of Via Moulins. The area dedicated to the cultivation of vineyards extends for 25 hectares, and the total annual production is 200,000 bottles.
In 2016, the Rifugio del Vino (Wine refuge) of Les Crêtes was founded. It is an emotional tasting room, next to the historic winery, to which it is structurally connected and its profile is reminiscent of the mountain massif, which becomes the symbol of Les Crêtes and distinguishes its brand. Under the large covered courtyard, there is a space for the production of wine and a wine shop.
The range of wines is quite vast including white DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wines: Petite Arvine Valle d’ Aosta, more
Chardonnay Valle d’ Aosta, Chardonnay Cuvée Bois Valle d’ Aosta, Petite Arvine Fleur Valle d’Aosta, Pinot Gris Valle d’Aosta, Neige d’Or Valle d’Aosta, red DOP wines: Torrette Valle d’ Aosta, Pinot Nero Valle d’ Aosta, Syrah Valle d’ Aosta, Fumin Valle d’ Aosta, Merlot Valle d’Aosta, Nebbiolo Sommet Valle d’Aosta and one rosé DOP wines: Rosé Valle d’Aosta. Other wines include the white wine Mon Blanc (blend of native and international white-berried grapes), Mon Rouge red wine (blend of local and international dark-berried grapes), wine from Doré overripe grapes (aromatic variety with white Muscat grapes), Neblù Brut Rosé (Classic Method Quality Sparkling Wine). 
The Ottin winery is located in Aosta commune, Porossan Neyves frazione and was founded in the early nineties by a young farmer from his passion for wine and for his land. In 2007, the winemaking of the grapes that until then had been carried out by a local cooperative, was now possible on his own.
Ottin wines are produced largely from indigenous vines, grown in areas naturally suited to viticulture, where the vine thrives with balance, in accordance with the environmentally friendly production techniques. Currently the company produces different types of wines, including the white DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wine: Petite Arvine Valle d’Aosta and red DOP wines: Pinot Noir Valle d’Aosta, Torrette Supérieur Valle d’Aosta, Fumin Vallée d’Aosta. Other wines include the white wine Nuance (petite arvine) and the red wines L’Emerico (pinot noir). more
The company can be visited all year round upon reservation. 
La Crotta di Prado is a family-run fruit and wine-growing company located in Jovençan commune, Hameau de Turille frazione about 6 km away from the town of Aosta. It owns 2 hectares of vineyards producing 15,000 wine bottles per year and 1.6 hectares of apple orchards for 120 quintals of apples produced annually. The vineyards are located in a hilly area at an altitude between 650 and 750 m a.s.l. northern exposure (Envers), while the orchards are situated at a lower altitude between 600 - 650 m asl.
The company was founded in the mid-1980s and started with the production of 3,000 bottles of two types of table wine. In the early 1990s, they began to produce red DOP wines, and in the mid-2000s, the white vineyards were planted.
The types of wine produced are all certified protected designation of origin (DOP) including three red wines such as the Torrette (80% Petite Rouge vines plus another 20% indigenous vines such as Fumin, more
Premetta, Cornalin), 100% Gamay and Pinot Noir, and three white wines, such as Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer and Müller Thurgau, all 100%.
The winery is located in Quart commune, Ollignan frazione and was founded in 1968 by grandfather Dauphin Grosjean. He started bottling his own wine for the “II Exposition des Vins du Val d’Aoste”, the success of which encouraged the grandfather’s drive. With the passage to the third generation, at the dawn of 2018, the winery increased from 3,000 m2 to 12 cultivated hectares, confirming a solid family tradition that continues the work started half a century ago.
In 2011, by mutual agreement, the Grosjean family obtained the organic certification and the family business established itself at the top of the Valle d’Aosta mountain viticulture tradition. The hidden magic of a glass of wine and the possibility to take a walk along the rows of the best cru will let you know the real meaning of “Organic wine”. more
In 2015, a further renewal allowed to increase the winery area in order to host all the 120,000 bottles produced. Currently the company produces different types of wines, including the white DOP (Protected Designation of Origin) wine: Petite Arvine Valle d’Aosta and red DOP wines: Chardonnay, Petite Arvine, Muscat Petit Grain and red DOP wines: Fumin, Pinot Noir, Cornalin, Torrette, Premetta, Syrah, Gamay. Among other wines, Cuvéeottantanove and Montmary rosé extra brut classic method can be mentioned.